The Ultimate Wardrobe for Adventurous Women
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For the ladies who play hard and après even harder.
Toad&Co Dakotah Long Sleeve Travel Shirt ($69)
We’re now firmly in the era of performance plaid. The polyester-wool blend of Toad&Co’s Dakotah Long Sleeve Travel shirt dries quickly if you work up a sweat and has nicely accommodating stretch, plus warmth in spades.
Royal Robbins Highlands Pullover ($75)
Royal Robbins’s straightforward Highlands pullover is made from wool blended with a little nylon and linen and crafted with a wide neck and hem for comfort and easy layering over a shirt.
Astis Crean Mittens ($195)
Each pair of the Astis Crean mittens feature hand-stitched beading, fleece lining, and suede injected with silicone waterproofing.
Columbia Stay Frosty Beanie ($30)
Columbia’s acrylic-knit Stay Frosty beanie swaddles your dome while keeping it warm. The pom-pom is just the cherry on top.
Eddie Bauer 1936 Original Skyliner Jacket ($199)
Eddie Bauer’s 1936 Original Skyliner jacket upgrades classic bomber styling with modern performance. The 650-fill down, packed in diamond-shaped baffles, holds heat in temperatures as low as minus ten.
Sorel Women’s Out N About Leather Duck Boots ($115)
Sorel’s Women’s Out N About Leather duck boots have burly full-grain leather uppers that are seam-sealed for waterproofing and herringbone rubber lugs that grip ice.
Bella Kitty Pindot Crew Socks ($15)
Beware: with cashmere and angora wool, Bella Kitty’s Pindot Crew socks could banish your favorite slippers to the back of the closet.
ReDew Örn Jeans ($195)
Comfort and style abound in the slick ReDew Örn jeans. Recycled polyester and organic cotton deliver an athletic fit, with enough give to prevent binding up in your undercarriage.