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Monday
Jan282013

ELEVATOR SNAPSHOTS 03

PHOTOGRAPHS BY SALLY J SHIM VIA INSTAGRAM

I think Elevator Snapshots 03 should be called the Winter Edition (ES 01 was the Summer Edition and ES 02 the Fall Edition) because this about sums up what I've been wearing all winter long-- wool jackets, chunky sweaters, skinny jeans, suede booties and SCARFSHOP scarves. I was having a hard time figuring out to what to wear on my morning runs (the Uniqlo puffy jacket was a bad choice since I was burning up 10 minutes in to my run), although with my bum knee my morning runs will be on the back burner for the next three months. We've had some really chilly days this winter and I don't think I could have survived them without my Uniqlo HeatTech long underwear. Our entire family wears them and it makes a huge difference helping us stay warm. What are your favorite things to wear during the winter months? 

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