Winter Sneakers…It’s A Thing

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One of my favorite things about the Topshop Parka I bought this winter is its versatility . . . as in, that HUGE faux fur hood that I love wearing in the cold wind and snow detaches.  Since the jacket itself isn’t a huge puffy down-filled coat this means that I can wear it well into the coming months when the snow is gone.  Which brings me to my recent discovery . . . winter sneakers.

I had NO idea they were a thing, really, until I came across these Converse shoes that are literally called “Winter Knit High Top.”  Because I live in crazy snow country, it never occurred to me that such a thing existed.  And even though I live in Winterville, USA, (or because I live here?) I’m always cold well into March, April . . . and even May sometimes.  By then I’m over boots, but my feet get cold so easily.  Solution?  Winter sneakers.  They might be faux fur-lined or waterproof or a sneaker-boot-hybrid and they’re warm, comfortable and seriously cute.


Topshop Coat (with the faux fur hood detached)

Converse Chuck Taylor Winter Sneaker: Run a tad big, wearing 7.5 . . . SUPER warm and comfy

Eyelash Sweater: Super soft and currently 40% off!

Hudson Jeans: I obviously rolled these up, but I think the ankle length would be perfect!

Rebecca Minkoff Backpack: (Loving this light pink color for spring!)

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Special thanks to Lutey’s Flower Shop in Marquette for the gorgeous flowers!  If you’re looking for a perfect Valentine’s Day gift, Lutey’s is the place to get it!




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Meet Scotti, the contributor with our most-loved beauty advice. When Scotti's not giving us the scoop on the latest products and techniques she's dishing out some of TME's most loved looks. It's not easy to look so cute in the U.P. of Michigan (i.e. crazy cold and snow) but she always makes it happen.

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  1. This is my favorite of your outfit posts, maybe because this is exactly something I would wear…anyway- just so darn cute. Wondering what you thought about the sizing of the jeans, and if you recommend them for curvy gals (wide hips).

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