Friday, November 9, 2012

Yay! I'm a Christmas Tree!

Sweater - Roamans, Jeans - Simply Be, Shoes - Dexters, Socks - Walmart.
I knew I looked like Christmas yesterday, I even knew it when I picked out my outfit the night before. I just couldn't bring myself to change it. It's gotten so cold that I wanted to be warm and cuddly, and the added pretend warmth of a red sweater was just too tempting. Do you have clothes that make you instantly feel warm, regardless if they actually make you warmer, temperature wise?

I've talked about how my sister jokingly calls my thick hair 'obese', but I don't know if I've talked about how my mom talks about it. She braided my hair yesterday and when she braids my hair...she's ticked off at it! She just sighs in an annoyed tone and says repeatedly, "You have so much hair!" or "You have too much hair!" It's her family's fault, so I refuse to take any real responsibility. Her father had a full head of thick hair when he died at 92.

Sweater - Simply Be, Pants - Lands End, Shoes - Target, Socks - Sock Dreams.


  1. I don't think I've ever thought about clothing colors in terms of warmth! I like the way you think, though. It'll be a red sweater for me tomorrow.

  2. You look splendid in red. And thick hair is a blessing, even if the person braiding it doesn't think so. ;)
    Interesting thought about clothes that feel warm even if they aren't - I think anything soft and fuzzy does the trick for me, even if it's a really thin fabric. Then again, what do I know about cold weather? Not much. :)