Where else are you going to get a post about Women’s Fashion, and see a link to Tractor Supply?
You are going to get dirty, it needs to be tough, and there is no reason it can’t be fashionable too.
Carhartt Women’s Shoreline Rain Jacket From their website:
Don’t let mother nature plan your day. Built with a waterproof breathable membrane and waterproof seams, the Shoreline is ready to work during the rainiest of days.
- 6.1-ounce, 100% nylon with Storm Defender® waterproof breathable membrane and Rain Defender® durable water repellent finish
- 100% p olyester mesh lining in body and 100% nylon taffeta lining in sleeves
- Fully taped seams
- Detachable three-piece hood with drawcord and barrel lock adjusters
- Two-way zipper with snap-front storm placket
- Two front pockets with zipper closures, two lower-front pockets with flaps and snaps, zipper-secured side entry and two interior pockets
Rosy red cheeks, lightly falling snowflakes, and mugs of homemade hot chocolate…
When most people think of winter, I imagine those are some of the first things to come to mind.
Well, let’s just say the visions dancing through my head tend to lean towards boots caked in slushy manure, a mudroom with mountains of coats and gloves, and perpetual brown puddles on the tile floor… But that’s just life when you live in a climate with heavy-duty winters–
I’ve had a number of you email me and ask what exactly we wear during our subzero winter days, so I’ve decided to break down our winter chore “uniform” today. It’s not exactly stylish (unless you’re a penguin… or a giant marshmallow…) but after spending eleven winters working and surviving here in Wyoming, I’ve figured out some tricks to stay (mostly) warm.
(If you’re curious about our severe Wyoming winters, check out my blizzard preparation post. It has some jaw-dropping pics from our first year here on the homestead. And this short video will give you a glimpse of a ground blizzard. When it comes to snow, Wyoming doesn’t mess around.) Read More