This weekend New York received the first snow fall of the season. It came considerably later than last year, but after last year’s massive snow storms and long recovery, I didn’t particularly mind the delay.
Saturday morning we woke up to cloudy skies and a solid dusting of untouched powder. Late in the afternoon, feeling less groggy from my cold, we wandered to the west side which was a virtual white ghost town. The river was choppy, and there were a few very brave joggers, but otherwise the paths were smooth, slushy, and empty.
It is hard to feel particularly stylish when completely bundled up against the elements. However, I am pleasantly surprised by these thick knit Hue leggings. I loved the look of these immediately, but doubted how they would hold up in truly chilly temperatures. Thankfully, the sweater knit is entirely opaque, very warm, and a great change up from standard cotton leggings and skinny jeans to tuck into your snow boots.