Woowoo! Chic!Smart woman. I bet you're nice and toasty. I layer, too, but I don't have the wool pants. I think I will look for some, though. My legs are always cold.
Wool army pants are amazing for chores! Water beads off and dirt doesn't stick!
haha! :-)that sounds very familiar - for me, it's long merino underwear, old norwegian sweater, swiss army wool jacket and trousers, slovak felt boots .......husband says i look like a 1945 "trümmerfrau" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trümmerfrauit´s around -10°C here. not much snow.
The Army did know how to dress for the conditions, didn't they? And yes, the trummerfrau is so true!
That IS stylin'...farmgirl style! It was 4 degrees here this morning so it was all about keeping warm! Now yes, my hair was done & make-up on, after all, you never know who might stop by (!), but other than that, a Carhartt coat (along with it's swanky "fur" lined hood) was the order of the day. You look warm, cozy, and truly terrific! -Mary
Hair and makeup is a must for those trips to the feed mill. lol :)
Ooooooooooooh, positively cozy! Where in the name of Mike did you find those warm army pants?
Looks like you'll be starting a whole new trend in homestead outerwear...! :)
Hey don't forget the pant liners, found mine at JC Penneys. Really helps!!!Sue
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