Sherpa Pullover for Snowy Days

Simply Southern wubby fleece sherpa pullover with snow boots

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It’s a cold morning with lots of snow on the ground in Lexington, Kentucky!  There’s even more snow than is in these pictures I took this weekend.  I’m excited to finally see the white stuff on the ground! That said, it’s imperative to bundle up. I snagged this Simply Southern sherpa pullover just in time for the snow.

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Sherpa pullover: Simply Southern viaSeeds & Saplings Boutique–they ship! (similar) Leggings: Nordstrom // Handbag: Express–on sale for $35 through today // Boots: c/o Bearpaw–save 20% when you use code BA17IU4JST (US orders only) // Earrings: Sugarfix at Target

People seem to either love or hate the wubby fleece sherpa pullovers.  In fact, after Chauncey called it a bathroom rub (to be fair, I do have a bathroom rug in the same color), I took a poll on Instagram. While the majority thought that these sherpas were cute and cozy, there were quick a few who voted that it looked like a bathroom rug.haha At the end of the day, it is warm and cozy, and I’m glad I picked one up. I sized up one size to accommodate the bump.  I find it to otherwise be TTS, and it does have a little bit of stretch to it.

I threw on my favorite high-waist leggings and tucked them into my snow boots. I love these boots because they’re lined, making them super warm, and the bottom part is waterproof. You can foldover the fur part, but I prefer it to stay up.  One trick I use is to tie my laces up higher, towards the faux fur, to hold up the top part of the boots. I’ve worn these boots for the last several days in a row, and they’ve been a lifesaver. I even wore them sledding yesterday! You can hop over to my Instagram and watch the Stories for a behind-the-scenes look.

What’s your opinion on these sherpas? Love ’em or hate ’em?

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