It was darn cold here on Saturday (a high of 8 degrees celsius and a brisk wind) so layers were required, and I ended up wearing, what was in essence, a t-shirt and a pair of jeans. However, it was my version - the long-sleeved t-shirt is an official Cirque du Soleil brand shirt that incorporates different fabrics (thrifted for $7, original price between $50 and $60), and the jeans are a pair of old Levi's 501's that had been made into a skirt by Melinda (aka The Sentimentalist) back in the day, customized with bleach. It was a maxi skirt when I bought it from her, but she's taller than I am, so I chopped off several inches to make it calf-length on me.
I'm not a big fan of lettering on my clothing but at least the word "dream" is fairly innocuous, and the graphics are cool. If you've never seen a Cirque du Soleil show, I would recommend that everyone see at least one if they come to a venue near you.
My hair had been freshly shorn and I forgot how cold your head gets when not insulated by hair. Winter is not the best time of year to be sporting a modified mohawk. I have a couple of very warm hats, but it wasn't quite THAT cold, so I found an inexpensive touque in the Halloween section at Shopper's Drug Mart. I sense a theme.
I was wearing a coat (I will not freeze for style) which I found at Talize a month or so ago. It's wool and quite warm, and I fell hard for the giant collar and flounces (and the $17 price tag), even though they make me look bigger and boxy. Heck, we all look larger in the winter anyway!
The collar is excellent as a disguise if I wish to go incognito.
Heather was kind enough to stand in the cold and take these photos, but now it's time for a hot beverage - Gotta Go!