We just had the first
snowmageddon of the season on Saturday and, like all NYC snowfalls within the first 24 hours, it’s like magic. The city’s draped in powdery white, the air’s fresh, and — despite vision being low, fog abound — the atmosphere’s sharp and crystal clear within whatever your peripheral vision at the moment allows. If you can brave it, slow walks through the concrete jungle are quite beautiful (however, stay indoors during blizzards and enjoy the rigorous snow globe shake from the window). Parkas and trenches are my go-to for such occasions, but when the sky’s blue and the temperature’s mild enough to make the snow stick, sometimes a sweater can make due if the layering beneath is smart. A thin, wool turtleneck hugged against my skin for warmth ended up being all I needed beneath this incredibly cozy, oversized sweater that I picked up on sale not too long ago. I also picked up these for color variation through the knit; also just in case I needed something a bit warmer underneath (and they’re truly warm). Kept it just as comfortable below in these incredible cashmere joggers from Aussie line, White + Warren (they have a temporary men’s collection out that you should definitely take advantage of) with cashmere socks rolled over the pants and some trainers. Though, for cautionary purposes, something with more friction may — and probably should — be preferred.