We are still in the middle of winter here in Kincardine. The only way to change that is to move south. Next best thing is to keep warm with my new pink puffer coat.
While shopping this season in the little town of St. Jacobs (not far from where we used to live) a customer was wearing a pretty pink puffer coat. So I did what I often do, and asked her where she bought it.
First time ever, the answer was – right in the store that we were in! WOW!! What were the chances?! Thankfully, there was one left in my size.
No feathers in this coat: completely cruelty-free and totally warm! I love the shimmery shine and heart stitching.
Yes, those are snowflakes falling in March!
Do you see the hearts?
Beret, booties and teddy bear tote are thrifted
What’s in the bag? Dance shoes and things I need for my line dance class.
Hemp scarf: Jean’s Eco Boutique
Puffer coat: The Weathered Gate, St. Jacobs
Non leather booties: thrifted
Tote: Harrods via thrifted
If I could only keep one winter jacket, it would be this pretty pink puffer jacket that I got in Seattle. My daughter Jean sold them in her eco boutique: weightlessness and fluffiness, so warm with wind protection, drys rapidly, two-way zipper and zip pockets, machine washable.
Best part–it’s 100% ANIMAL FREE Outwear – “We replaced goose down with state-of-the-art technology, PLUMTECH®: it is warmer, more breathable and lighter. We have a daily commitment: to improve the sustainability of our company in full respect of the animals, the environment in which they live and the people who live there.”
Doing GOOD feels GOOD!
Lake Huron in March, frozen waves and ice