It is seriously difficult to plan what to wear when the ground is covered in snow. Not to be a whiner or delicate f**king flower, but how on earth do you do this, you people who live in winter-snowy regions?
- Jacket - Club Monaco, thrifted; last seen here (3rd outfit) as outerwear in October 2016
- Sweater - Hawick of Scotland, consignment; last worn here in November 2016 with olive the colour
- Trousers - Pariscope, thrifted, vintage 90s?; last seen here in April 2016 with chartreuse shoes
- Shoes - Hispanitas; last worn here (2nd outfit) in December 2016 to the Sing-along Sound of Music with Mom
- Coat (below) - Hilary Radley, thrifted
And then, to the outfit. I had many compliments on it today, mostly from what I think of as the "normals" at work, i.e. people who don't dress like me. That usually means I've hit some sort of sweet spot of neutrals and classic cuts that appeals to them.
While you ponder that, here's the castle view from my stair pose again this morning. It snowed all night, and we woke up to about 8 inches of the fluffy white stuff.
And now, outerwear:
- Pendant - POLY, thrifted
- Cuff - Glee
- Earrings - 10th anniversary gift from L
I took a few more pictures of the snow. This is outside on our deck, which is sealed off at this time of year. Vizzini most emphatically does NOT want to go out here right now.
All the trees, and the powerlines, were coated.
Looking down at our street (note my awesome driveway shoveling skillz on the lower left, yo).
I took some pictures of my walk to work.
Our neighbourhood has some interesting houses.