Thanks for the love on my newly-organized accessory closet yesterday! I’m working to get the rest of the closet organized and hope to share with you
eventually soon. Just when it was almost tidy for Winter, the season changed, and now ready for a big Summer swap. But we’re still getting some pretty chilly mornings, so I’m holding off for now. Or using that as my excuse to procrastinate, anyway!
Earlier this month, our little family trekked up north for Spring Break. We spent most of our week in Big Sky with my brother and sister, but road tripped down to Jackson Hole for a few nights before flying home. Even though our time here was short, we found this darling western town completely charming.
Early March is a quiet season, which meant it felt like we had the place to ourselves. The ski resort was open, but most of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are closed to car traffic. We were able to drive several miles in, and since Jackson Hole sits literally at the base of the Tetons, the views are stunning from almost everywhere.
We lucked out with fairly mild weather, and not much snow in town, so I was able to forgo snow boots for the first time all week, and pretty much lived in my new Uggs. Can you believe this is my first pair ever?? I’ve heard people rave about them for years, but with the wide foot and flat heel, I found them so unflattering. #nooffensetoyouhardcoreUggwearers
When they introduced this new slim line, with a wedge heel, I decided to finally see what all the fuss was about. And oh-my-wow…I’m obsessed! They look almost like a regular bootie, but feel like
heaven slippers! I have the mini-boot, but love the tall ones, as well. And hello, darling colors! I’m even wearing them around the house with shorts and pajamas!! #teamUgg
Since Jackson Hole is such a tourist town, pretty much anything goes style-wise, but I certainly fit right in with my hat and layers!
Travel Tip: The town is very small, with everything centered around the downtown square, and an all-day shuttle available, but if you want to explore the nearby National Park, you’ll need a car.