Saturday, December 18, 2010

Double Leggings

My legs were so so cold yesterday (in jeggings), so I thought I’d double up on the legwear today. I’m wearing a pair of 80s-tastic, shiny, black leggings under my leopard pair.


Sweater, Mossimo (thrifted). Tee and leggings, also Mossimo. Skirt, No Boundaries (thrifted). Boots, Diba. Earrings, World Market. Scarf, thrifted.

The double leggings worked to keep my gams nice and toasty.



Photos by Beefy Muchacho

7 comments:

Collette Osuna said...

What a fab layered outfit....the colors are great..what an awesome skirt!!

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Sal said...

Wow. Double leggings. Now that's a commitment to skirt-wearing!

Healthy and Homemade said...

Wow that's crazy! I would just settle for leggings under jeans in snow like that =)

Rosie said...

just found your blog, lovely outfit!
lovee the scarf especially :)
layerings the besttt idea for this weather ;)
-Rosie x

Nilcha's Fashion Chronicles said...

lovely picture, n that leopard legging is just supa cool! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Kasmira, I always enjoy when you show various ways to stay warm and fashionable during the winter months. I think I will be trying the double leggings idea soon. Do you have any tips on what you look for when buying winter jackets? I am in the market for a jacket that will keep me toasty in windy and snowy conditions. What brands would you recommend for long lasting comfort and some useful style.

Kasmira said...

Anon - I don't buy winter coats often, but some of the things I look for are:

1. Length - at least hip length
2. Wool or down-filled construction
3. A fitted shape - not only looks better, but minimizes drafts.
4. A hood - it can replace or supplement a hat...and a hood doesn't usually smash your hair like a hat
5. Finally, I recommend a down or synthetic-filled vest under wool coats to keep you even warmer.

I don't have any brand recos. My current wool coat is by Guess and down jacket by Via Spiga, but they both have some manufacturing flaws.