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The Kennedy's & the Agnelli's sending off weather weather in style
Most people describe sweater weather as the elbow season between fall and winter.  Depending on where you live, this could be anywhere from early October to late November.  The season is usually characterized by changing leaves, a distinct crispness in the air, and pumpkin spice everything.

I hate to say it, but I think today marks the end of the sweater-weather season.  The air is no longer crisp, it is just plain cold, and the leaves are just about completely gone from the trees.  We’ll see them again in the spring, I suppose.

The way to cope with this change is so wear as much soft clothing as you can.  Swaddle yourself in luxury because Jack Frost is a mean SOB.  I’m not a doctor, but I do believe a great cashmere sweater can stave off seasonal affect.  Flannel trousers for the lower half can keep your gams from freezing.  And, we may address this next week, but some compromises can be made for the #neversocks crowd, because frostbitten feet can really put a damper on Christmas cheer.

If you need some help, stop by the store this weekend.  You’ll leave warmer than when you arrived. 


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