Style: Getting Cozy

There is nothing better than cozy clothes – especially as the winter snow starts to really accumulate (maybe not as much as predicted but still plenty!). In the last few days it has come to my attention that my wardrobe is completely ill-equipped for the frigid weather that has arrived. You’d think as a weekend VT girl I’d be good at layering – but when we head to VT we live in long-johns and sweatpants so sadly I haven’t really acquired the right sweaters and cozy tops for layering. At lunch with a friend this week she had on a great fur vest over a long sleeved matching sweater. It made me want to up the ante on my winter clothes. I too often wear a long sleeved tee and nothing more under my big coat. When I take the coat off at meetings and in restaurants I am immediately freezing. I am in need of more good sweaters to layer under my jackets. I also slide into my old worn out Ugg boots every morning on the way to school drop-off with no time for socks most days. By the time I get home my toes are frozen. Cozy new socks might make me more likely to put them on as I jet out the door. Here are a few of the things I am considering adding to my repertoire.

Style: Getting Cozy on The Sentimentalist

{Madewell Armor-Lux SweaterUgg Bailey BootsGap Striped TeeFilson Cowichan SweaterJoe Fresh Knit HatZara Checked ScarfJCrew SlippersVelvet Jazzlyn Turtleneck, Smartwool SocksBanjo & Matilda Fair Isle Sweater}

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  1. Hello, I am an independent dress designer based in LA, so I know I am not an expert in dressing for cold weather, but for Winter 2015 I am offering a flannel dress that, when worn with tights and boots is a very cozy, yet stylish alternative to jeans and sweaters…and keeps one warm enough without overheating when indoors.
    Thanks for your posts…they are very sweet and cozy. -Andrea

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