Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Sometimes it Just Takes a Fuzzy Sweater

Let me just put something out there.

I hate winter.
Hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.

There are a few things about winter that make it bearable.


(which somehow negates the cold air around it. I turn into a big kid in snow)




and the occasional

Warm Fuzzy Sweater

The perfect WFS will have the following attributes:

touchability - you know, the kind that makes people come up to rub your arm just because your sweater looks so soft and comfy? I'm a big texture girl. Give me something that I can feel great in and I'm a happy girl.

warmth - what good is a thin sweater? None, I tell you.

versatility - can be worn with work pants or jeans and boots...even the occasional skirt!

cheapness - finding a good bargain is part of the thrill

and lately,

ruffles - just to indulge my feminine side!

(kind of like this one)



CptnMayhem said...

See, now that I've actually SEEN the WFS on you, I can say positively that I love it :)

Brooke said...

are you having the 60 degree weather that we're having here in east tennessee??? k-razy!

Together We Save said...

Cold here but no snow.

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

I love me a warm sweater-especially love the new styles with ruffles. I don't mind winter so much, but I am not working now so no waiting for the car to warm up before leaving for work. That helps!

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Multiple personalities.. said...

Oooh, love the ruffled sweaters! I don't own any yet, but I've been eyeing a few at the mall. Maybe santa will have one for me under the tree. I hate the cold in winter too, but I LOVE snow too! Thanks for stopping by my blog, it was lovely to meet you!

Just Playin' said...

I love, love, love winter....sweaters, blankets,scarves, fires...all that stuff! Stay warm.

Persis said...

oooh i love ur WFS...i think i want one like that now =))

Lisa said...

:) Enjoying visiting from over at Laura's Haiku contest -- So nice to meet you! I'm with you -- only like winter for the ambience of the snow and a warm fire -- and then only before Christmas... (What a cute sweater!)