Prepping Your Winter Clothes for Country Living is sponsored by Sierra Trading Post and written by me.
Can you believe that winter is almost here? I love winter, it’s my favorite season, even though most people aren’t huge fans of winter. I wanted to talk about prepping your winter clothes for country living. Obviously, us country folk need to have a routine to getting our clothing ready!
Know what you need
Country winter living is just a little different than typical winter living. You can prep your winter clothes by knowing what you need! Do you need a heavy winter jacket? Overalls? Maybe you need several pairs of hefty jeans, so you don’t freeze as you do your winter chores.
Layering is your friend
When I go through Mini’s clothes for winter, I am always looking for clothes that she can layer. Layering is your friend during country winters. You want to layer, to make sure you stay as warm as possible. If you have never experienced a cold winter in the country, you don’t know how cold it can get.
Invest in a decent jacket
There is only one place I will buy our winter jackets from and that is Sierra Trading Post. This place is amazing in so many ways! They have the perfect boots (I’m digging these Ugg Mini Velvet Boots) and jackets to keep everyone warm during these cold winter months. Plus, they have gear for the whole family. I can shop for my husband, myself, and Mini! Sierra Trading Post has been around for over 30 years, so it only makes sense to trust them with our winter clothing needs. By the way, my husband is in love with this Carhartt Sandstone Sierra Jacket!
Are you trying to get your winter clothes prepped for country living? Between 10/31 and 11/14, you can Free shipping on orders of $75 or more.
Valid within the 48 contiguous U.S. states only (excludes AK, HI, offshore U.S. territories and possessions, international, and APO/FPO addresses). Orders shipped via UPS Ground. Not valid on oversized items or orders or items with special shipping charges. Gift card purchase does not apply to minimum purchase. Get this: 13.5 seconds is the average time it takes you to reach a real, live person in their Wyoming-based customer service department.