Musings on weather, climate and fashion
This October was pleasant temperature wise. Since temperatures were still in the 40s (5oC), I saw no reason to say good bye to some of my summer favorites. Thus, I wore my white leather pants with a nautical sweater and a jeans jacket.
I have to admit that this outfit would be too cold for someone who is used to a warmer climate than Interior Alaska’s climate, i.e. for whom temperatures in the 40s are winter temperatures. However, it seems like when you live long enough in a cold climate, you get used to cold weather and temperatures in the 80s (26.6oC) make you feel too hot, while anyone from Arizona would be happy when it cools down from 110F (43oC) to 80F. 😉
Do you try to wear your summer clothes as long as possible into the fall? How do you style them fall appropriate to stay warm? Let me know by sending me an email. I am curious.
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Photos: G. Kramm (2013)
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