Two Teens And Their Mama: Cozy For The Holidays: Sweaters

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Cozy For The Holidays: Sweaters


Welcome to the first week of Cozy for the Holidays with my fashionable friends at The Blended Blog.  Every Wednesday this month we'll be sharing things that make us feel cozy.  I hope you'll join us by linking up below!

Nothing makes me feel cozier than a warm sweater.  I've mentioned one or two or a million times that I'm always cold.  This time of year I dress in lots of layers, almost always topped off by a sweater.

For the next few weeks, I'll be sharing some of the ways I wear my collection of sweaters.  First up - a Christmas sweater with cords and moto boots.



Corduroy pants are another great way to feel cozy.  These gray Kut from the Kloth corduroy skinny pants come in ten wonderful colors, and they're stretchy and go with everything.  They do run a little big, so size down.  The snowflake sweater came from the Loft Outlet, purchased during my shopping day with Deena.

It was 25 degrees outside (-3.88 for my Canadian friends) when I took these pictures, and yep, I was freezing! They're predicting 4-6 inches of snow in the next few days, and in typical Seattle fashion, everyone is panicking. In our defense, we have very few snowplows, and most of us live on a hill.  In fact, my town's answer is to put a sign at the entrance to our neighborhood that says "road closed" and leave it at that.  These are the days I'm glad I work from home!

Linking up  with The Pleated PoppyThursday Fashion FilesFashion FridayFabulous FridayPumps and PushupsHow I Style ItNot Dead Yet StyleMy Refined StyleThursday ModaI do DeclaireAgeless StyleWednesday's Wardrobe 

14 comments:

  1. When I picture winter in the Northwest, that is exactly the kind of sweater that I picture! So cozy and so perfect and so beautiful on you!

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  2. I love that sweater! I should have done mine. Also, thanks for the Canadian conversion...-3 is practically summer.

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  3. So festive! Cords always feel so cozy and wintery to me! Love it.

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  4. Your snowflake sweater is so cute! I love wearing cords in the winter - they are so cozy!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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  5. Every year I get a sweater for the holidays. They're warm and fuzzy and festive and I wear them all winter long!

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  6. I love Kut from Kloth, their jeans are so freakin comfy

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  7. Oh, yes, cords are the best! Love the fair isle too. Wish I had one.

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  8. Your sweater pictures make me feel so cozy! It's finally getting cold here in Louisiana and just in time for Christmas!

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  9. Yup! It's kind of funny even though Seattle gets rain which equals ice everyone starts freaking out about the snow! I personally hope to get some because we haven't had any in a few years! Stay cozy and safe!

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  10. I confess that the only corduroy I own is a skirt. I love yours and that sweater is adorable!

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  11. That looks really cozy and very Christmasy :)
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  12. Oh, girl...I was always cold until THE CHANGE! Now I am freezing and burning up and freezing again in 30 seconds time. With menopause, if you don't like your body temperature, just give it a sec. I get dressed and undressed 100 times a day. Exhausting. Why am I not skinny????
    On to your cozy. Lovely look. Cords are cozy. And I am thinking of looking for my joggers in velour. That would be super cozy, too. Love the sweater. Get back inside, girl, before you freeze your nubbins off (as my mother would say). Not sure what a nubbin is.

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  13. Cute sweater! It has been in the teens here and we are supposed to get 8 inches of snow 😳

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