If she doesn’t wear socks, why does she wear a hat?
Am I the only one who thinks that clothing and fashion should be related to weather conditions? – I see snow there! it is cold! – and it is just at the ankles where a lot of heat gets lost. To keep warm, one of the most important things is protect the ankles and wrists.
Is it not possible to be chic AND comfortable AND healthy?
(or am I just too old, or am I the only one that uses public transports and has too often waited freezing for buses that didn’t come on time?)
Totally agree. Inappropriate “weather dressing” also diminishes the cool factor for me because it appears to be trying too hard. There are a million pairs of gorgeous boots out there right now that would’ve looked very chic with that outfit.
Why is not covering your ankles any more cold then not covering your wrist or face? No need to instruct others how they should dress for the weather. I throw on a hat just because my hair is messy, or because I think a hat looks cute with my outfit. Must a hat have to be for warmth or you are wrong to wear it? I also dislike socks and almost never wear them even when I lived in Alaska, so I can definitely relate.