CLOTHING AND BOOTS PROVIDED BY KENCO, KINGSTON. SHOT AT 1850 HOUSE, ROSENDALE.
Frosty, frozen-over mornings and gently falling snow; winter is officially here. Hudson Valley winters are known for their icy chill, and keeping warm in spite of this is an absolute necessity. This year, instead of heading out to the mall for your winter wear, shop locally for unique pieces that will keep you both cozy and stylish.
Are you an outdoorsy type? Then you’ll need the right layers to stay warm on your wintertime adventures! Think heavy shawls and sweaters, thick winter flannels, insulating jackets, warm hats and gloves, and quality boots and fleeces. Don’t forget your winter sports gear!
clothing on this page provided by himalayan arts, new paltz. shot at water street market.
clothing on this page provided by eden boutique and the mens shop, new paltz.
For those cherished, slightly warmer winter days, create an indooor-outdoor look with lighter sweaters, flannels, and jackets; a big, comfy scarf; or a fleece-lined shawl. Style that carries from indoor warmth to outdoor chill.
clothing, accessories, and blankets on this page provided by moose crossing, shokan.
Wool: the classic winter fabric. It keeps out the cold like nothing else can. Woolen shawls, wraps, and ponchos paired with a heavy woolen blanket are sure to keep you cozy on a cold winter day.
Stay warm and comfy while also fashion-forward this winter. Pair soft crochet and knit sweaters, hats, and gloves with vibrant coats and ponchos to create a toasty-chic ensemble.