I’m sorry to say that I seem to have caught some sort of bug. However, it’s -45 with the wind chill here. So, I feel that if I’m going to be sick, at least I’m snowed (and cold) in! Being that I was feeling over heated everywhere I went, I took the opportunity to take some snow photos without my coat. Don’t worry, it’s not -45 in these photos. I’m not that dedicated to fashion. No one should be.
Sweater: Gap ($12 marked down from approx $55)
Long sleeve shirt: Gap ($5 marked down from $26)
Jeans: Gap ($20 marked down from approx $60)
Boots: Bear Paw via Marshall’s ($50 marked down from $80)
Scarf: Gap ($11 marked down from $35)
Necklace: (gift, from Anthropologie)
Fashion Huntress tips:
1) I realized as I was posting this that I was wearing a fully Gap outfit. Gap has had some amazing sales in the past few weeks; most of their sale section has been 40-50% off. Most of the sweaters and scarves are around $10-$15 dollars. I opted for sweaters that are on the thinner side so that I could transition them into my spring ensembles. Their scarves are predominately brights and are big enough to wear as shawls. They might not really transition into spring due to their bulk, but I will try, regardless, check out sale their at: http://www.gap.com
2) I have seen a few posts where people are wearing scarves tucked into belts and wearing them as shirts. I think this is brilliant and am planning on trying it! In general, I think I need to get more creative with scarves. I’ll post as soon as I manage to pull off something creative with a scarf. In the meantime, here’s a good article with great ideas: http://www.elleuk.com/style/street-style/your-way-to-wear-winter-scarves
Anyone have scarf suggestions? Ideas for braving the cold and still looking chic?
I hope those that are in cold climates are staying warm! Thanks to everyone for your ideas and comments! I appreciate it!