My winter hat obsession

I love winter head gear. Literally all of it. ย From pom beanies to headbands I honestly can’t get enough!

I am not really sure the amount of hats and headbands I own, but I will say… can you ever have too many?! I mean I live in Montana after all! It snows like 6 months out of the year here!

Not to mention that even in the winter I am still outside quite a bit. It maybe for a fun winter activity, but I also spend a lot of time outside in the cold for my job.

My favorite hat I purchased this winter has to be this beanie from Bar 47 in White Sulphur Springs! The best part it’s handmade! Oh and how many people can say they have a beanie from White Sulphur Springs (Some of you may even be like I have no idea where that is)?!

My second favorite place for a good beanie is The Montana Scene! They have locations in Bozeman, Missoula, White Fish, Big Fork, and Kalispell. I highly recommend visiting one of the stores or you can visit them online. Full disclosure I brought two of my winter hats there this year.

My final favorite purchase of this winter season was a purple Coal headband. I made that purchase at Evergreen in downtown Bozeman. Sometimes I like to mix it up from the beanies and a headband is a great way to go!

I have links and pictures to these items in the style tab! Go check it out!



Snowshoeing in high heels

This post is exactly as it sounds. This weekend I did one of my favorite winter activities….snowshoeing! So, for those of you who don’t know what snowshoeing is, it’s basically strapping tennis rackets to your feet and going on a walk.

Well, when we decided to go snowshoeing this weekend I was very unprepared in that I did not have my snow boots. I only had these SUPER CUTE wedge booties by ESPRIT.

tj-maxx-Black-Lace-Up-Wedge-Bootsย $40 @ T.J. MAXX

Well, as I am sure you can imagine they are not waterproof and are meant to be stylish and not for outdoor snow activities. But, the group was determined to get outside and being the sassy person I am I strapped those snowshoes to the wedges and did 3 miles!

As, I was marching around Silver Crest Trail in my stylish snowshoes I thought wow if I can snowshoe in wedges, I can do anything. Which, maybe a little much, but this is a shout out to every woman and girl ( and guys too) who romp around in heels all day taking on whatever is thrown at them.

Take a second to pat yourself on the back and the next time you put on your wedges, pumps, or stilettos remember you are fierce and can do anything!

P.S. If you have not tried snowshoeing I highly recommend it! If you are in Montana the Forest Service will rent you snowshoes for free!