We had a sunny heat wave in Pittsburgh on Saturday, it was a balmy 40 degrees! So I felt comfortable leaving the house and wearing something other than the PJs I’ve been wearing around the clock since Christmas. I still had to dress practically for the weather and realized there are 3 winter layering essentials to keep you warm and stylish in the Winter.

Snowy layers chocolate lab

3 Winter Layering Essentials for Stylish Dog Moms

First, you need a nice chunky sweater, you can put this over just about anything and instantly look like you put in some effort. I love it over a chambray shirt and a long tank peeking out from the bottom.

Second, waterproof boots are a must for me! If it’s not snowing, then its slushy or rainy and cold feet are not chic. Plus when you’re cold you can’t have as much fun with your dog! I’m all about maximizing the dog fun! Sorel makes great options, like these.

Third, make sure you add some cheeky accessories. I have a bunch of fun hats to throw on and also like to add a cool necklace, bracelet, rings or earrings when I can. When I have fun things to add to my dog walking outfits I get more excited about hitting the streets.

Snowy layers jcrew bracelet sorel boots chocolat lab

What I’m wearing: Sweater, Gap (similar). Denim Shirt, Banana Republic (similar here). Leggings, Athleta. Boots, Sorel (love these ones!). Socks, Smartwool. Hat, Erica Molinari (similar). Bracelet, J.Crew.

Snowy layers jcrew bracelet sorel boots

Snowy layers jcrew bracelet

Snowy layers john hardy ring

Snowy layers bobbi brown blush

The Finishing Touch

I just picked up this blush at Sephora and have worn it almost every day for the last 2 weeks. If you’re wearing a hat, you don’t have to do much with your hair, so why not throw on a little makeup? This shade is called Sand Pink¬†and it really warms up my pale winter face!

Looking for more stylish dog mom winter advice? Check out these posts:

The Best Warm Jeans for Winter Dog Walks
Lululemon Dog Runner Pant
How to Plan a Winter Road Trip with Your Dog
Our Favorite Way to Stay Active in Winter

 

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