Thursday, January 12, 2017

Downtown Ice Skating


Happy Friday Eve! I'm happy to say I almost made it through my first week back after winter break!
On the last day of winter break, I finally convinced Zach to go downtown and go ice skating with me. We've gone a few times in the past few years, usually before Christmas, and it is always so much fun. I definitely don't have any ice skating skills and I'm always happy I don't wipe out. It was VERY cold that day and as we were walking to the rink from our car, I almost chickened out and said we should just go to lunch because the wind was BRUTAL.  Zach on the other hand was wearing not coat or gloves and saying it was fine - but seriously it was like 17 degrees with a wind chill making it feel like less than 5 degrees! But once we got to the rink the wind wasn't as bad, and it really wasn't that cold (once you got used to it). We didn't make it too long, but it was still fun. Visiting the warming hut for hot chocolate and warm chocolate chip cookies certainly helped too!
I love wearing neutrals in the winter. I went with an all white look for our ice skating adventure and lots of faux fur. The fur cuffs were the perfect way to dress up the (ugly) ice skates we had to rent at the rink. I love how versatile these cuffs are! I've worn them with ice skates, boots, booties (seen above also), and even on my coat sleeves! They are the perfect winter accessory (and under $50).
Thanks for stopping by!

XO,
SJR


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