Once a month I like to do a round up of my daily outfits. I always post my daily outfits to my Instagram and Facebook Stories, and at the end of the month I round them all up and show them on the blog as well.
This month, I didn't get out much so I don't have a whole lot of outfits to show. And when I did get out, it was either super cold or snowy so I have mostly "extreme cold snowy" outfits this month.
First up is an outfit I wore the day after we were hit with a monster snowstorm. The roads were clear the next day, so it was safe to drive, but there was still a lot of snow on streets and parking lots so I wore my snow boots.
It was a warm day, so I went without a coat and just wore a thick puffer vest with a warm sweater and hat.
I first tried this outfit with a burgundy Pom Pom hat, but the burgundy in the hat clashed with the burgundy in the vest, so I changed the hat to a black/grey one.
I wore this outfit to run errands. Grey skinny jeans, a black v-neck cable sweater, and black combat boots.
It was below zero the day I wore this outfit shopping and out to lunch with the hubs. I've had my OTK boots for several years now, but I still don't feel comfortable wearing them so I only wear them on extremely cold days. These OTK boots keep my legs so warm! I never feel cold air on my legs when I wear them. I wore burgundy skinny jeans with the boots and a beige cowl neck sweater.
And finally, an outfit I wore to church and then over to a friend's house for lunch. The sweater is a chenille belle sleeve and is so soft and warm. My pants look dressy, but they are made of a legging material so they are very comfortable. I completed the look with black booties.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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You always look so pulled together and lovely! I also live in a cold snowy climate and like you don't leave home every day of the week in winter or otherwise for that matter. (I'm a home body.) Sooo...one day I was dressing for a "stay at home day" and I got to wondering what YOU wear when you don't go out. LOL Some days like that I still "dress up" although minimal. Jeans, top, sweater/vest, minimal make-up (mascara - because my eyelashes are light, a little blush and lip color.) Other days I only moisturize, deal with my bad hair for the day and pull on a comfy sweat shirt with my pants and tennis shoes. Do you EVER have what I call a "frumpy day?" I just can't imagine you like that. LOLReplyDelete
P.S. I love your blog. You seem like someone I'd love to know in real life! We have so many similarities!
Thank you. This is such an interesting comment/question and a topic my daughter and I have talked about often. Many years ago I saw an episode on Oprah where she did a fashion show for women who rarely leave the house. Oprah said a lot of women feel bad about themselves if they always wear sweatpants, never do their hair/makeup, etc. I can totally relate to that. So she put together all these cute jogger/casual looks to wear at home. I thought it was great BUT the problem is if I’m at home I’m usually WORKING and getting DIRTY so I don’t want to wear a cute new jogging suit or anything new because I know inevitably it will end up with a stain on it. So what do I wear at home? Usually something that already has a stain or tear on it 😂! In the winter I wear leggings with an old t shirt and I have a favorite white cardigan always nearby in case I get cold. In the summer I’m usually in cut off jean shorts, and a dirty old tee or tank. So very unglamorous! I almost always have my hair in a pony tail as it’s very long now. I never wear make up at home as it’s very expensive and that would just be wasteful to me. So if you surprised me and came over to my house unexpectedly you probably wouldn’t recognize me.Delete
LOL...I knew we had a lot of similarities! I will not feel so alone now when I'm dressing for my days at home! LOL I also have a favorite sweater I always wear at home. Nowadays I call it "Audrey's Favorite Sweater" as my little grand daughter loves to teeth on the faux horn toggle buttons. And, yes, during gardening season I am a REAL fright outside in the dirt. Sometimes, we forget that we're all just real women in the mostly perfect blogging world. Thank you for your reply to my nosy, personal question! Ha!Delete
Your question was not nosy or personal at all. I'm all about keeping it real here.Delete
Very cute and stylish. I love those over the knee boots.ReplyDelete
I love that bell sleeved sweater, what a gorgeous color.ReplyDelete
Thanks! It's one of my favs.Delete
These are great winter looks Amy. My favorite is the last look, that is such a pretty shade of purple/plum!ReplyDelete
Thanks Ellie! Mine too!Delete
That's exactly why I LOVE my OTK boots. And heck, if you wear them with longer skirts, no one even knows they are OTK if you aren't comfortable with that!!ReplyDelete
I know! They are so warm. Yes, I'm more comfortable wearing them with dresses or skirts than pants.Delete
Not sure I would have more than five for this month. We are traveling and my outfits have been limited to sweats, jeans and shorts with a few different tops. - MargyReplyDelete
ha-ha! You sound just like me!Delete
My faves are the purple sweater outfit and that super sassy over-the-knee boots look. Wow!! Always stylish and lovely.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I think those are my favs as well.Delete
The last one is definitely my fave!ReplyDelete
Jessica | notjessfashion.com
I love that purple sweater but I think my favorite is the outfit with the OTK boots. I do not have a pair myself but they sure look cute on you!ReplyDelete
Thank you! Those two outfits seem to be everyone's favorites.Delete
Love the tall boots Amy! So glad you linked up with us today on the Style Six!ReplyDelete
You look amazing in the over-the-knee boots with burgundy jeans and the blush top. You can wear what you want and always look so cute! Great styling.ReplyDelete
Aww, thanks, you're so sweet.Delete
Some great looks as always. Love your over the knee boots. The grey skinny jeans and black jumper is a simple combi but looks so on point! Thanks for joining #WowOnWednesday.ReplyDelete
Great looks all! The chenille, bell-sleeve sweater is particularly awesome.ReplyDelete
Thank you Michelle!Delete
You look so cosy despite the cold! I'd never know what to wear if it ever snowed in Brisbane, haha! I can't layer up that much even in winter! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining the #WeekdayWearLinkup! A new link up is live on my blog now, I'd love you to join again.
Hope that your week is off to a great start :)
Away From Blue
It is hard to be a fashion blogger in the winter months when you live in a bitter cold climate. My winter outfits usually aren’t very creative or “pretty”, but they are real. Thanks so much!Delete
Amy, I love all of your cozy winter outfits! You have so many great sweaters in such gorgeous colors. I am dying over the purple bell sleeve sweater! Thanks so much for sharing and linking up with me and Monica at Your own Twist!ReplyDelete
thanks Shelbee! We need lots of sweaters in Wisconsin!Delete