Monday, December 30, 2013

Classic Buffalo


Welcome to a classic Buffalo, NY winter day!  While visiting my parents last week, we enjoyed a beautiful afternoon of fluffy, white snow. I had a great time playing around in the back yard!


To survive a snowy day in Buffalo you need the following...  1. A brightly colored jacket  2. A scarf you can snuggle down in  3. Tall boots to keep the flakes out  4. An empty calendar, because even if two feet of snow come down, nothing is going to be closed.




Coat: Kenneth Cole (last year, similar)
Hat: Gap (super old, similar)
Sweater: Kenneth Cole (on sale now!!!)
Necklace: Charming Charlies (in stores only)
Jeans: Joie Jeans
Boots: Ralph Lauren via Macys




22 comments:

  1. I looove the colour of your coat. It's one of my favourites to wear because it goes with a lot of other colours. UK hasn't had any snow yet :(
    The Undercover Dress-Up Lover x

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    1. Thanks Cassaela! Does the UK not get snow until January? I'm okay with just a few snowy days a year! :)

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  2. love the color of your jacket! i've heard about the snow in buffalo -- it looks beautiful, but i'm sure it's rough to get around in. i can't believe nothing closes up there for the weather!

    xo,
    gabby

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    1. Aww, thanks gabrielle! Buffalo is famous for snow :) It's the snowiest city in the US. Or 2nd snowiest, I can't remember... They have a ridiculous number of snow plows.

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  3. Love this outfit!! And I agree it is a classic Upstate NY one being from Syracuse myself. I love the coat!!!

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    1. Thanks Zainab! I think Syracuse actually gets more snow per year than Buffalo does!

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  4. I love your coat. It looks so warm and cozy!

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    1. Thanks Whitney! It's a good snow coat, but any colder and 32 and you need another layer :)

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  5. Thank you for saying hi! So glad I found your blog, your photos are stunning in the snow. I love the cranberry color and length of your coat. Hope you stay warm and I wish a wonderful NYE!

    Xo Chelsea http://shesaidhesaid-fashion.blogspot.com/

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  6. I love that coat! I do a lot of business in Buffalo, and it always seems to be snowing! Even more then Maine.. if that is possible :)

    Joanna

    coastalcloset.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Joanna! And yes, if it's between November and March, it's probably snowing in Buffalo! :)

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  7. Love the way you are wearing the scarf -- it works so effortlessly with the outfit. Great look!

    Kelly
    therealitycloset.blogspot.com

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  8. Gorgeous images.....gorgeous look!!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU & YOUR FAMILY VICKI!!!!

    Rebecca
    www.redtagchiclosangeles.com

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    1. Aww, thanks Rebecca! Happy New year to you toO!!

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  9. All that snooow!! And this is such a lovely outfit for the outside- the burgundy really pops against the white

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

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    1. Thanks Marlen :) It's best to wear bright colors in snowstorms, less likely to get hit by a car while walking!

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  10. OMG someone who knows the weather I deal with (although I'm in Canada). I definitely agree with the need for bright jacket, it's sure to brighten up those snowy days.

    Arielle from Tangled Musings

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    1. I totally feel for you Arielle! Not only do I know about the snow, I lived in Wisconsin for five years, so I understand the freezing cold too! :)

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  11. Such a beautiful winter wonderland, I'm so jealous!! And your coat is such a fabulous color and pops against the white snow! Love it all! Thanks for sharing with Three-fer Thursday :)
    xo Bethany
    www.perfectlycoutured.com

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