Winterize: you can do it to your car, and you can do it to your clothes. The former is a practical, grown-up thing to do, but like most practical, grown-up things, it’s totally lame and boring. So we’ll skip it. The latter is the fun one because it involves wearing clothes. I’m super good at wearing clothes. I practice almost every day.
I got this amazing t-shirt with rainbow carousel animals over the summer (let me say it again: RAINBOW. CAROUSEL ANIMALS. AMAZING.) and wore it quite a few times (see below). I saw no reason to put this baby into hibernation. All I had to do to winterize was add about 17 more layers. Tank underneath, sweater on top, tights, socks, jeans, boots, and (not pictured) a scarf, puffy coat, and ear muffs. Yeah, it’s pretty damn cold here. I actually took these photos the day before I wore the outfit because it was a comfortable 37 degrees, compared to the bone-chilling 5 degrees the next day.
January really puts things into perspective. Oh, and according to this article, I am allowed to complain about the cold. So I will continue to do so.
similar Shirt (horse print) // another similar Shirt (multi-color dot) // similar Sweater (on sale) // similar Necklace // similar Boots (on sale) // Bag (under $25) // Nails “Oui” // Lips (mine is a custom color from Bite Lip Lab, but try Cin Cin)
Summer, summer, summer, winter…It’s the real-life remix…