Layers. And as we're battling winter's chill, sartorial layering is EXTREMELY important. Having to withstand freezing temperatures is no excuse to look like a slouch, so we thought we'd check in with some of our favorite folks to see how they're keeping warm in style. First up: our very own Cornel, recently emigrated from South Africa, where a typical winter's day brings temperatures in the 60s. THE SIXTIES. Quite different here, where we would KILL for the balmy heat of a 60-degree day right now. So. Let's start with scarves:
Sometimes one just won't do, so why not try a combo of a chunky knit and a luxurious cashmere? But wait! There's more!
You'll need a hat, too, of course. A woolen one. From Canada. That's cute. Done. And finally, hand-knit fingerless gloves.
Et voilГЎ: the perfect recipe for an Afrikaaner to stay warm in DC. (We're looking forward to Cornel showing us a thing or two about beating the heat, come summer...)
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