A chilly bum. Chiller ankles. When the wind enters through that gap between your HeatTech sock and the selvedge hem and blows up the legs. These are a few reasons jeans, unless they're lined in fleece, aren't much use in winter at all. Below, seven cold-weather *skirt* ideas from Pre-Fall 2017 and the internet at large, because if you're going to be cold, might as well have some variety.
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If you manage this level of coordination between your coat and skirt, your life must be quite together. (This is just as chic in all black or white, FYI—but requires less planning, checkbook-planning, and booster-shot-booking.)
We're all for a five-minute face beat, but no matter how tactful you are, skipping certain steps will result in fatal consequences—otherwise known as creasing, shine, and dry patches. To keep your hard work in tact, make sure you're not guilty of these same ol' mistakes.
The floor duster will be one of outerwear’s most important pieces for the season, presented in a robe or wrap style. Continuing the trend for oversized outerwear, the Blanket Coat is a favorite for both women and young contemporary markets
As a naturally bohemian item, excess fabric is necessary, with asymmetric lines and kimono sleeves capturing the blanket reference.
Lapel interest includes fur lining or double-faced techniques, while oversized collars are also seen being featured. A self-belt draws in the excess bulk, while fringed hems nods to nomadic roots.
Treat cabin fever by booking a winter break in these high-altitude towns where snow is considered a good thing.
JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING
This bright star in the western firmament has about everything a winter traveler could want: a thrilling ski resort (in spite of its past reputation as an experts-only hill, lots of intermediate and groomed runs have opened for the rest of us), great food (go high and splurge on a meal at The Kitchen or snag some spicy takeout at Teton Thai), and plenty of activities for non-skiers (say ahhh to a spa day or take a winter snowcoach tour of Grand Teton National Park to see snowy bison).