Outfitted in Joules

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When Joules sent over a pair of wellies last week, I had no idea I’d get the opportunity to wear them so soon! Aren’t they just the cutest way to brighten up a blustery winter day? I’ll admit that the color sucked me in initially, but the practical features made truly fall in love with them. The boots have a slim ankle, but still adjust for shapely calves with the buckle at the side. And, while I was skeptical of the website’s claim to “exceptional cold weather resistance,” I was comfortable in the snow with just a pair of tights underneath. (That’s not something I can do with my Hunter pair without a thick pair of hiking socks for extra warmth.) Bottom line: thumbs up. Check out the full range of patterns and colors here and don’t be surprised if these also make their way into my closet. 

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Featured: LOFT coat (similar) // Target scarf (similar) // T by Alexander Wang skirt // Aubin & Wills mittens // Calvin Klein tights (a.k.a. my all-time favorite opaque tights) // gifted Joules boots

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Inspire It | Wear It

1. Kate Spade, $40 // 2. Reed & Barton, $125 // 3. Notte by Marchesa, $250 // 4. Topshop, $110 // 5. Lulu Frost for J.Crew, $115 // 6. Williams-Sonoma, $120, set of four // 7. Bauble Bar, $78

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Snapshot

It’s going to be a White Christmas in Madison after yesterday’s blizzard. Brrr!

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Filed under: winter wisconsin snow 

Weekend Snapshots:

  1. choosing this year’s Christmas tree
  2. the holiday sweater Dave wore to the tree farm
  3. a chunky chain bracelet paired with a graphic bangle
  4. date night at Quivey’s Grove in all of its holiday glory
  5. Bacon investigates his first Christmas tree
  6. last weekend’s central Wisconsin snowfall
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Weekend Snapshots:
choosing this year’s Christmas tree
the holiday sweater Dave wore to the tree farm
a chunky chain bracelet paired with a graphic bangle
date night at Quivey’s Grove in all of its holiday glory
Bacon investigates his first Christmas tree
last weekend’s central Wisconsin snowfall