SWEATER Modekugen.se | TSHIRT Markus Lupfer | SCARF Mod Cloth | HAT Esprit | DOWN JACKET Uniqlo | JEANS American Eagle | THERMAL LEGGINGS Old Navy | MUKLUKS Manitobah Mukluks via Town Shoes | LEATHER GLOVES Barbour
SWEATER Paul Smith | THERMAL SHIRT Free People | SCARF Mod Cloth | HAT Tillys | DOWN JACKET North Face | WOOL SKI PANTS Barneys | THERMAL LEGGINGS American Eagle | BOOTS Sorel | WATERPROOF GLOVES Columbia
Merry Christmas, all! I hope everyone is enjoying the holidays!
Although I’m sure most of us enjoyed or are currently enjoying basking in the warmth that is Christmas Day (what with all the gift-unwrapping, Christmas carols, family meals and quality time) not everyone is feeling the literal warmth of the holiday season. So if you’re planning on going outside to frolic in the snow after you’ve opened your presents, or maybe just happen to live in sub polar temperatures (cough, cough Manitoba) then this is for you. I’ve finally gotten around to making the part two of my ‘Stages of Warm’ guide, targeting the age-old question: “How do I stay warm and avoid looking like the Michelin Man in 40 below weather?”