With all of the snow the country has been seeing the past month or so, women everywhere are wondering how to get their “snow fashion” on. On a normal day we already have enough on our minds on how to look cute but add 3 feet of snow to the mix and it’s a whole new ball game. If you have an office job, it seems a bit easier because you can wear a snow boot and then change shoes when you get indoors. However if you are out and about all day, it’s a bit of a challenge. My assistant and I encountered this issue just the other day. She came to work in a beautiful dress and tall black boots. The only problem is that it was 10 degrees outside and she looked really cold. I laughed with her saying it’s the perfect day to expose her beautiful legs given the balmy weather. She went on to tell me the dilemma she had that morning with her snow fashion. If she wore her black pants, she didn’t have the right boots that were flats and had good traction while looking cute trekking through the snow and ice. And yet other pants were too long that she would have to wear heals with them but didn’t have the right heels that had rubber souls. The list was longer but this gives you the feel. At the beginning of winter I also had this dilemma. If we are running from the office to a client’s house and then from boutique to boutique, how do you look cute in your snow fashion while being practical and warm. Here are a few favorites I have found. I hope they help you look amazing while staying warm and safe.
How do you wear a down jacket without looking like stay puff marshmallow?
Buy one that goes in at the waist, has a tie at the waist to cinch it or the pattern at the waist creates an illusion of it getting smaller.
Laundry by Shelli Segal Packable Down Anorak with Hooded Bib Inset , Was: $320.00 Now: $209.90
Burberry Brit ‘Rushworth’ Belted Wool Blend Coat, Was: $995.00 Now: $795.90
What boots can you buy that will have you look fashionable in the snow and at the same time keep your feet warm and cute?
Find a great boot with rubber bottoms and a nice chunky heal. I especially love Aquatalia because all of their boots are waterproof.
Ugg Emalie Black Wedge Bootie, $149.95
Blondo Venise Waterproof Leather Riding Boot, Was $284.95, Now $237.59
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