As much as I love the snow, these blizzard-like conditions NYC has been hit with recently aren't leaving much to desire in terms of my clothing options.
It's got me down in the dumps, feeling gray about the closet situation, and well let me just go ahead and say it-practical snowboots don't have heels, and I don't dig flats.
What's a girl to do?
I used to like these boots I bought 2yrs ago, I thought they'd work well for the snow and with my NEED for height. But now I'm bored. I don't like the way they look, and I don't like the way my snow day outfits come together. It's one big snooze fest, and obviously I'm just not getting how you all look like cute little snowbunnies out there in these slushy snowy streets, and I just look like a layered up alterna-teen from the 90s.
Do tell...where are you all finding your cute snowboots?
Or are you those lucky kids that live outside of NYC and can actually own a car and drive places? I remember those days, I never had need for snowboots then--driving allows for impractical clothing and lousy snow-worthy shoes 95% of the time. Yeah, I never wore snow-related items during actual snow days when I drove.
I guess this conundrum of mine is more directed toward those concrete city stompers, like myself.
PLEASE---Tell me where I can find some cute, affordable yet quality, snowboots that'll not make me look like a stumpy shrimp, but won't have me falling on my %$#ss either?
Or do you think I should just suck it up and stick with these one more winter?
Even though I am starting to despise them, I don't even dig the bright orange insides anymore which was the original attraction. Clearly, my boot crush is over for these kicks.
Stupid Snow Day Attire includes:
*Black hoodie-who knows where?
*Black/White scarf-Banana Republic
*Charcoal Gray sweatshirt-F21
*Coral tank-Old Navy