Hey, friends. Happy Monday! The first New York City snow day of the season is always the most magical! I remember last year’s first snowfall in NYC as though it were just yesterday (see what I wore then here), and this year I was equally as excited to head out and explore my city as the flakes fell. So, I thew on my Cole Haan snow boots and ran out the door!Although it looks super cold in these pictures by New York City winter standards it actually wasn’t that cold (in other words, it was above freezing!). I knew that I planned to wonder the city while popping in and out of shops to run some errands so I purposely wore an open coat so that I wouldn’t get too hot in stores. I wore a super thick and cozy cable knit sweater underneath which also kept me super warm while I was outside. The sweater is last season from Club Monaco but this sweater from GAP is similar! The caramel chinos are also last season (J.crew) but this pair from American Eagle are very similar if you are looking to recreate this look!The scarf was the splash of make-you-smile style color that the outfit needed – I loved how it popped against the navy coat and white snow. My favorite part of this outfit was the Cole Haan snow boots because the red plaid detail felt so festive and snow appropriate! Plus, as well as looking stylish they were waterproof so my feet stayed totally warm and dry. To be honest I’ve spent years searching for stylish and practical boots to wear in the snow, so I’m so pleased that this pair turned out to be a winner in both style and fit! How do you like to dress for a snow day? You can see more pictures of New York City in the snow here and here.You can shop my look below:
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Happy Monday Will! It snowed this weekend in England and it was magical! You can’t beat some snowfall to keep us feeling festive ha ha!
I hope you have a great Monday,
@Michael – Yes! I received a very excited text from my mum saying she awoke to snow in the garden. She was thrilled! Glad you got some, too. Have a great new week!
AAAAH! The first snow of the year is always so magical eh? It always looks so pure and clean and it sets up the mood perfectly for the holidays! Funnily enough, it still hasn’t snowed enough in Toronto for it to feel quite like Christmas yet. Love the look Will. Those striped scarves are so quintessential GAP and I love it!
@Didier – Right? The first snow always feels the most magical. I’m sure you guys are gonna get your first snowfall very soon, too. And isn’t that striped GAP scarf the cutest?! Perfect for a pop of colour!
Sooooooooo jealous you already have snow! We are still waiting for it here. Love the outfit as always! Happy Monday Will! 🙂
@Nate – Hope you get some snowflakes soon! And thanks so much!
Will! This outfit is perfect. You even look stylish in the snow?!?! That’s it I’m buying those boots for my husband for Christmas! I’ll tell him to thank you when he opens them 😉
@Jessica – Yassss! Smart move, he’s gonna love them, I’m sure. Happy Holidays!
You ALWAYS capture the most amazing snow day content! LOVE!
@Jenn – Thank you so much, lovely! Happy Monday!
❤ The colorful stripes scarf as a point of your winter look
@Ichy – So glad you love the colorful scarf as well! Thanks! 🙂
Absolutely love this look! You look exactly how I feel about snow! Excited and restless!
Definitely going to look into these boots!
@Andrey – Thanks! As for the boots, I can’t speak highly enough of them!
The first snow… it’s something special everytime! It makes you wanna play outside…
… your scarf and your ’snow’ smile! Make you smile style 🙂
@Ingrid – It brings out the child in all of us! The six of seventh snow by March, well, that’s a different story…! 😉
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