Versatile Style by Tracey

Boho in the Snow…

Posted on: February 12, 2014

I had fun wearing this outfit and was in a neutral mood regarding our snowy day….

Once I saw the photos, I thought, I look a bit like Mary Poppins…

Or Perhaps the frontier women….

Linking up with Tres Chic Fashion, so head on over to get inspired by other fabulous bloggers.


We were getting snow at the time of my photos and I was surprisingly warm during this photo shoot, but then again there weren’t any whipping winds…

Luckily our forecasts calls for our temps to rise and this  will to turn to rain…


I think the hat combined with the long skirt contributes greatly to the Mary Poppins vibe, but I am not giving up my hats in winter for anything… So funny after years of giving my mother total hell over wearing hats…. Sorry Mom, you did know what you were talking about! Just one of the many things I wish I had time to say to her…


Most of the skirts coming down the runways lately for Fall 2014 are in the midi length… Dear Readers, how do you feel about midi skirts that hit at your calves?  Are you worried about the frump factor at all?  

While I like the boho style, that midi length can be somewhat more of a challenge, although I do remember in the years past liking that length with boots in the winter… It will be interesting to try, but as a petite it will definitely require heels…


I am grateful for the even the littlest of snow and the delight it brings my children especially on a hump day like today was…

I am grateful that after my crazy dog woke me up at 4am that I was able to eventually fall back asleep (after 9am when my husband left)

I am grateful for my 18 year old who baked cookies last night and saved some for Dad, leaving them in the foyer as a surprise this morning.

I am grateful that my husband texted  our son to thank him for the cookies and the how retelling me of their text conversation, brought a light to my son’s face.

I am grateful that my kids understand my not wanting cookies around me and they hide them to help me in my current quest to reduce calories for three days..


3 Responses to "Boho in the Snow…"

I love, love this look! As for midi skirts, I’ve always enjoyed them – partially from necessity: I’m almost six feet tall, so a skirt intended to be a maxi would often be a midi on me. As an elementary teacher for 30+ years, I’ve found a midi skirt to be easy to move around in compared with a maxi. I just love swingy skirts and guess I always will! During the cold days of winter, I start getting really tired of pants. I need a winter-time skirt like you’re wearing! Have a happy day. 😊

With your height midi’s skirts look great and I too love the swingy skirts and need a break from pants in winter. As an elementary teacher the longer length sounds perfect! Congrats on so many years as a teacher, it is truly admirable.

Nice outfit. You look warm and stylish.

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