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Fun fact of the day: snø is the Norwegian way to say snow. This is what I wore on the morning of my town’s first sprinkling of snow:

  • parka – stolen from sister
  • chambray shirt (underneath) – thrifted
  • wool sweater – vintage
  • mini bodycon skirt – Urban Outfitters
  • over the knee stockings – Asos UK
  • tights – Primark UK
  • knee high boots – Patagonia (last years’ Christmas present from P)
  • telephone pin – vintage
  • bauble earrings – thrifted

I. Love. Winter. So many chunky sweaters and layering possibilities! Options are endless, especially when coziness is the goal. This season is the time to toss the idea of always being flattered by your clothing choices and call in your fisherman’s sweaters and flannel-lined trousers. Although, if you’re gong seriously oversized, I suggest a balancing scheme: bulky up top, fitted on the bottom, and so on.

As I’m typing this, my cozy little house is getting doused with a fresh blanket of snow and my kettle is whistling away. Time to break out the snow boots!

Happy layering,

->The Fashion Serf


6 responses

  1. Pingback: WIW: Snø | ttylusa

  2. nice outfit but aren’t you cold..:)

    December 9, 2012 at 8:01 pm

  3. These pics are so magical!!! 😀
    I love the outfit… and the pin 🙂

    December 10, 2012 at 10:36 pm

  4. Nice outfit. You got great taste! One more fun fact… Snø in danish is sne. And in Swedish snö.

    December 14, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    • Awesome! I had no idea, thanks 🙂

      December 14, 2012 at 5:57 pm

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