Interesting how setting makes the difference. In a ski lodge I would find these looks charming, might even wish I had a piece. Outside of their natural habitat, I'd find them too girlish or "too von Trapp", vhatever zat isss, schatzie!
You work fast! Thanks for a wonderful translation of my favorite style.
Pseu, great Polyvoring! I adore the boots in photo #2.
Duchesse - so true. I'd feel quite comfortable in an ensemble like that at a resort, but would be hesitant to wear back in the "real world" which is why I don't tend to buy those lovely things.Daffodil - you're very welcome. It was a fun exercise, and I'll probably do more along these lines.Karen - thank you! I'm a bit tempted by those boots myself!
Those boots in #2 are very similar to my F&B boots which I love off the ski hill (although mine have a leather sole, so no snow/ice traction at all)
The Hills are Alive!I love the Alpine jacket.And yes, the boots in polyvore two are great.
Yodelay hee hoo.You all are making me want those boots and I really can't spend the money now...aarrgh. Just bought DS new thermal underwear and fleece layer, not cheap!
Oh, and I also bought myself a little sumpthin sumpthin special last week on impulse, which I'll show you once it's here.
Now I'm craving Yodels.
Hi Une Femme! I am a new vistor. I love the handbag in the top picture. I linger over it in each newly delivered Gorsuch catalog...and have visited in when I am it Vail each summer. Trouble is I have a weakness for Hermes scarves!
Hi Windy City Girl, welcome and thanks for reading! Yes, I too am a Hermès scarf addict. That Bottega Veneta bag is gorgeous as well. You should keep an eye on Bluefly.com. if you love Bottega bags. They have BV items regularly at a discount. A couple of years ago, I purchased a BV "ball bag" (a style of hobo) from them during one of their "additional 20% off" days and it was about 40% off the current retail price. Thanks again for stopping by and for your comment.
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