Spanx leggings; NastyGal sweater; Coalition LA jacket (similar here and here); Free People scarf; Free People socks; Ugg boots; Ray-Ban sunglasses
It’s been about four days now, and I’m still on Cloud 9 from our trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming this past week. It’s a place I’ve wanted to visit for so long and was a bucket list destination for a couple of our friends, too. Eric had been a couple of times in the past, but it had been a few years and he was dying to go back. So sometime in October, we picked out dates, booked the tickets, and made it happen. And I have to say, Jackson Hole did not disappoint.
I’ve got a whole post coming up with where we stayed, where we ate (and ate and ate), and all that jazz, but today I’m sharing a few photos from a morning in the National Elk Refuge, just outside of town. We didn’t see any elk because I think I was a couple of weeks too early, but this area was crazy pretty with views farther than you could ever see and each individual blade of grass covered in tiny ice crystals. There wasn’t any snow during our trip, but believe me when I tell you – IT. WAS. COLD.
It was the kind of cold I’ve only experienced twice before during a couple of February New York Fashion Weeks, but unlike New York, this time I was prepared. I lived in layers (and layers) and chunky scarves, and this Coalition LA jacket came in so handy. It’s super thick and warm, and I swear when I put the hood on, my entire body was instantly warmer. The huge pockets are also great because with so many layers, I wanted to ditch the handbag and just carry around the essentials with me. If you’re headed someplace cold this winter (or live there), I can’t recommend this one enough because, bonus – it’s under $100.
Hope everyone is having a great week, and stay tuned for more posts from Jackson Hole.
Photos thanks to Erin Wheat Photography