His and Hers Kind of Cozy
Chances are Spring will still be cold and wet and basically just like winter — only wearing a Sherpa sweater and stocking cap all day, everyday, isn’t as acceptable. Enter fleece-lined thermal tops.
We could argue forever over which season is best. But the answer really only depends on one thing: do you own fleece-lined clothes? 100º days are the norm in some places during the summer months, and there isn’t much you can do about that, other than strip down and stay in the air conditioning. The rest of the year you layer up for added warmth.
That all sounds fine and good…until Spring — that beautiful season so fresh and full of life — that stressful place in your closet where the clothes look great but just don’t always match the weather.
Summer and Fall win at a lot of things, especially when it comes to weather. But seriously, add a soft-and-fuzzy layer of fleece and you might be singing a different tune about Winter and Spring.