A BAGUETTE ENCOUNTER AND SNOW GEAR

Before we start the regularly scheduled program…I have to share something that caught my eye today.
During my walk to the train in the busy Downtown Crossing part of Boston, I passed a girl in her mid twenties. She was trucking through the snowy streets likely headed home. What caught my eye is she was carrying a full french baguette and without an ounce of shame, ripping pieces off and eating them on her stroll. It took everything in me not to stop and high-five her. I don’t know if it was the non-discrete consumption of straight carbs or the fact that I have been starving on my current diet (read: eating healthy and not really hungry at all but just dying for some damn bread). But I want to say to baguette girl, I applaud you. Also, can you spare a soul sister a piece? 
Anyways…
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When I wake up on a Monday morning, the first thing I think to myself is “I really hope it is a super snowy day with school and work cancelled for most people except me!” Not.
However, with a mostly shutdown city comes a few perks. Some of the best? No line at Starbucks, a seat on the train and a speedy ride home. The other major plus of a snowy day? The snow gear. I am really a creature of habit during each season. I have my favorites and I usually stubbornly stick with them. With the blustery winds, wet sidewalks and chilly air I am able to slip on my favorite boots, my even more favorite (and typical blogger) blanket scarf and the coat my previously mentioned bad bought for me for Christmas. I almost love these things as much as my jorts! (For those unfamiliar with the term ‘jolts’, it is a loving reference to my cut-offs which are a uniform in the warmer months).

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Wet Seal plaid blanket scarf / J Crew hooded coat / Sorel shoes / Longchamp black handbag / Fur hat / Long fingerless glove

Do you have any steady pieces you always default to no matter what?
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