Winter Wear Transitions

When you think of cold wintertime transition, you might think of this photo of Jack Nicholson as a murderous man popsicle in the final scenes of The Shining.  

 
The transition from fun in the sun to consoled in the cold doesn’t have to be hard. We’ve compiled this list to keep your toes from being froze:

 
Say it with us, layers.  

Your winter outfits should have more layers than a conspiracy theory. Layers offer temperature control from your icebox of an office to the inferno of an aggressive car heater.  Our base layer is the building block of any flexible cold weather look. 

 
Sock Check  

Since the warm months are dominated by open-toed shoes, prepping for the winter months means doing a sock inventory. If your socks have more holes than a Michael Bay film plot, it’s time to replace them. Start with our Boot Cut socks for extra snow sludging comfort. 

 
Snow Day Ready

Ah, the ever-elusive Snow Day is cherished by children and adults alike.

 

Modern times (and Zoom) might have made Snow Days a thing of the past, that doesn’t mean you can’t dress the part. Our Onesies (for grown-ass adults) will make every day feel like a snow day, even if it’s just between meetings.