We’re starting to feel frigid temps in DC. The Saturday morning before I wrote this, we woke to a winter wonderland of ice-covered trees, glistening frozen grass, and equally icy roads and walks. Many of you have already experienced snow and sub-zero temps. How does one stay warm without sacrificing style? Below my suggestions for what to wear under your outerwear to stay warm but also stay stylish or work-appropriate this winter (see this post from last year for outwear tips for winter).
I have multiple health conditions which make dressing nicely difficult. The two hardest are that 1. I can’t wear pants (or tights!) of any type and 2. I can only wear a few “comfort” shoes. Mainly Algeria Palomas. I can get by with some cute Merrell flats or Uggs for a very short time, if I’m not going to be on my feet much. That’s literally it for footwear. I am also a true plus size –
I have a wedding to go, and ever since the wedding where I dressed fancier than the bride (I wore a simple velvet sheath!) I have a horror of wearing the wrong thing. The wedding is at 4, with cocktails, dinner, and reception to follow, all at the same venue, an “event center.” Essentially a ballroom. I did email the bride and she just said “We don’t really have a dress code. Not black tie but not sweats and a t-shirt.
I have received a lot of emails and comments lately asking about me instead of fashion – figured I’d cover a bunch of them in one single post. Enjoy!
Just wondering -are you still doing Weight Watchers? I miss the updates.
Yes, I am still doing Weight Watchers… sort of. Life has gotten really hectic lately so I am lucky to attend one meeting a month and find myself not sticking to the plan 7 days a week.