I've never met this guy name Jonas, but he's all over my window and the local news station. You might be a home-body who's stocked up on eggs, milk and a plethora of Netflix series to binge on. Or hey, you might be a risk-taker deciding to venture into the snow storm; regardless there are certain pieces you should be looking for sartorially when prepping for the big storm. Personally, I'm always looking for semi-chunky layers that are comfortable inside and can be layered up for a short (aka 30 second) trip outside when its coming down.
1. (Men's Crewneck Sweatshirt - $45 at Everlane) A sweater's too warm, a tee shirt's too cool, what is a man to do? This also works for a quick trip down to the gym in the basement.
2. (BDG Cleaver Sweatpant - $44 at BDG Cleaver) - Its pajamas! Its a plane! Nope, its the sweatpants that are acceptable for breakfast in bed or the grocery store.
3. (Toggle Coat - $79.99 at Nautica) - Why mess up that new wool coat over a snow storm? I'm a risk-taker, but I'd play it safe with a moisture friendly coat like the toggle; it was made to get wet, anyways.
4. (Croawia Casual Boots - $ 175.00 at Aldo) - I know you want to look "cute" for your cliche' snow picture for Instagram, but the warmth and protection of your toes is a major key to success.
5. (Rib-knit Hat - $9.99 at H&M) Warning: Don't plan on styling your hair.
6. (Snowflake socks - Similar Pair to picture above - $16.99 at JCrew) - Give your toes an update of the forecast, they'll appreciate it and so will anyone who notices your socks when you sit down (hopefully not outdoors).
7. (Quiet Wear touch screen gloves- $12.60 at JcPenney) Don't get frost bite over a good snapchat — those days are over.