When I was born, there was literally a blizzard happening outside. The way I'm told, my parents were sort of escorted down the freeway to the hospital because the police were shutting down the freeway behind them. Because of that, you'd think I'd just love the snow, but I don't. At some point in my life, probably when I became a car owner, I sort of stopped loving the snow. Don't get me wrong, it's good in the right situations--skiing, sledding, ice skating, and on Christmas Day--and mostly only when I choose to visit it. I just don't like having to shovel the sidewalks, scrape the ice off my car, or drive in the snow. Especially driving. Can't do it without intense anxiety as memories of my snowy car accident flash through my mind. Anyway, I digress...
Before this trip to Utah, I hadn't been outside while it was snowing since early 2011! It had been way too long, which is why I was incredibly grateful for a white Christmas. Of course the snow presents a challenge when you know you're going to spend your day out and about in the icy downfall. I had to bundle up in a chunky sweater and boots with my kelly green coat, leopard scarf, fun "Air Quote" mittens, and a leather hat to protect me from the elements.
Black leather baseball cap - Motorcycle shop | Burgundy lip gloss - Revlon Colorburst in Bordeaux | Rose gold stud earrings - c/o Blue Vanilla | Peach necklace - H&M | Leopard sequined scarf - Badgley Mischka | Black and white polka dot sweater - Tobi | Green wool coat - Guess | Black "Air Quote" mittens - Kate Spade | Black coated jeans - Rich & Skinny | Black studded trim tote - F21 | Cognac boots - Just Fab via Poshmark
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