Jack Frost isn't just nipping at our noses -- he's taking a vicious chomp right out of our faces, it's so coldThey say you shouldn't grocery shop while you're hungry, and I think something similar could be said when you're looking for blog inspiration -- don't write a post while you're freezing to death. That is, unless you're in the Mood for some warm, cozy winter wearables. Despite a rare day of sunny weather, it is positively Ice Age-cold out there, so I can't help but let my mind wander towards fur collars, coats with layers of quilted downy feathers or hearty wool and leather. I want to be swaddled in loops of infinity scarves made of soft cashmere. I picture my head fully nestled in a hat with ear flaps. Let me wear nothing but lazy, slouchy cowl-neck sweaters with my most comfortable jeans or yoga pants. Clearly, this Bird is in a chilly winter state of mind, so let's bundle up together, shall we? 

Here's what's on my mind to keep warm and cozy during these icy-cold days: {1} Tempest by Kelsi Dagger in taupe natural, {2} Cozy cowl poncho in ponderosa pine by Hive and Honey, {3} Dyed fox fur shawl collar in olive by Diane von Furstenberg, {4} Fur trim hooded duffle coat by Burberry, {5} Ingrid-B leather jacket with arctic raccoon fur collar by Mackage, {6} Hingham in brown/quilted houndstooth by Sperry Top-Sider, {7} Original Brit cuff Welly sock by Hunter, {8} Vicki colorblock trapper hat from Anthropologie, {9} HI 5 mittens by Kate Spade New York, {10} Frayed infinity scarf in cream by Paula Bianco, {11} Chunky turtleneck sweater by Nili Lotan

Jaunty Fine Print: Images from shops listed above

1 comment:

  1. That Nili Lotan turtleneck is just what I need in my life. I would wear that ALL the time


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