Hello! Is it cold enough for you? This has been the worst winter we've had in Wisconsin in a long time. It is rare if the average daily temperature is above 0 degrees. Last night when I got off work it was 17 degrees below zero. Although I had gloves on, my finger tips were in agonizing pain from the cold for at least twenty minutes before the car warmed up. I really detest winter. Come quickly spring!
So the topic of extreme cold weather brings me to this week's Fashion Over Fifty post: how to look fashionable, yet stay warm in arctic cold temperatures. Well, I love sweater dresses and find them to be dressy, yet warm and comfortable at the same time. In a previous post I showed you THIS Aztec print sweater dress that I wore with black leggings and a scarf. The sweater dress I have on in the pictures below was purchased a year or two ago from J.C. Penney. It came with the belt, and has a cowl neckline so I didn't wear any scarves or necklaces with it. It's only drawback is that it is short sleeve, so I wore a thin long sleeve shirt (OLD) from Express underneath it to keep my arms warm. I always think short sleeve sweaters are an oxymoron. I mean really, if it's cold enough to wear a sweater, don't you think it's cold enough to need that sweater to cover your arms?
Have a great day! And, if your fifty, wear those leggings and stay warm and fashionable! Amy