Monday, November 21, 2016

Hanging Around

Fred Meyer Hat
Nordstrom Leather/Cashmere Gloves (thrifted)
Rick Owens Lilies Jacket (ebay) and Sweater (ebay)
Helmut Lang Skirt (ebay)
Snow Skirt (christmas gift)
Acne"Donna" Boots (ebay)
American Eagle Bag

Our temps have dipped below zero so out came the snow skirt and the wool socks over the tights.  Snow skirts are not great for hiking through deep snow or outdoors chores but they are great if you are just walking or standing around outside.  These gloves however are not!  They're cashmere lined and while the leather is really beautiful, I think I'll take my mittens over these any day of the week.


  1. Cute, but oh so brrrrr. I know you are probably used to the weather up your way but my teeth chatter. LOL Love your posts and check your blog every day....

    1. It's making my teeth chatter as well! I got a little to use to our warm weather last year and now -20 feels awful. Tank you so much for your kinds words, I really appreciate that you spent the time commenting and reading.

  2. Katie, who made the snow skirt? First time I've seen one!

    1. I am so sorry about my delay in getting back to you! Mine is from a bad called WeatherProof and came from Costco (their Kirland wool socks are almost amazing and are on par with the quality of SmartWool socks) but you can find snow skirts at almost any outdoor clothing store. Last I saw, these were between $30-$40 at Costco and I have worn mine to -30f and have stayed very warm but most people I know have worn theirs in -50f and colder. They are great for slipping on and off and I just can't say enough wonderful things about them. :) I hope that helps and thank you!


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