Mountain Chic

I hate to break this to you, but snow season is slowly approaching (insert shocked emoji face), and if you are a sun lover like I am, you surely will have the same issues, when it comes to the cold season, that I have: you fear the chill and the ugly shoes you’re going to wear, for what feels like an eternity. Whilst I cannot help you with the first part, I have good news regarding the second: more and more shoe brands are getting into the cold-weather game, creating plentiful options to make us stay warm and look cool in the snow (or when just sitting fireside in the lodge). This spring I had the pleasure to spend a weekend in Kitzbühel with some of my fellow blogger colleagues and friends to test the soon to be launched Kitzbühel Edition by Högl shoes. I fell in love with these hiking boots, which are not only super-functional, comfortable and top quality, they also look cute and are a must-have for any fashionable snow bunny. To master mountain chic this coming ski season, my snow pal Füsun (from Short Stories & Skirts) and I are going to combine our Högl suede sneakers with either a pair of relaxed yet fancy sweat pants or chinos, loads of cosy knit and an oversized coat. It might sound a little crazy, but you can start shopping my winter favourites below. You’ll thank me in a few weeks time. 😉

XX Kristin




I am wearing:

Oversized wool Coat – American Vintage
Hiking Sneakers – Högl Shoes
Backpack – Högl Shoes
Solid Gold Jewelry – my·eliza
Silk Blouson – Susanne Bommer

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