Outfitting for Ice Skating

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Every year, when ice rinks pop up like gophers throughout cities worldwide, I’m struck by a giddy urge to squeeze on some skates and squeeze in a skate before the winter warms away. In anticipation of my impending annual skate, I looped up an outfit complete with cute, cozy clothes and a twirly skirt – or in other words, an ensemble that could make anyone from a pro skater to a Lutz klutz look sweet as hot cocoa.

In this outfitLove Letters EarringsHow Cute Are You? CardiganCable Close Knit HatThrow On and Go ScarfEm-bracelet the LoveTights for Every Occasion in MustardInsider Info Skirt, and Supper in the City Coat

Will you be swinging by a skating rink this season?


7 Responses to Outfitting for Ice Skating

  1. aline 12/15/2011 at 12:55 pm #

    this is so darling.. i am planning on doing some skating before the year is up and i iwll keep this in mind!

  2. Chaucee S. 12/15/2011 at 2:35 pm #

    Love that coat and hat!

  3. Maria from Avenue M 12/16/2011 at 2:42 am #

    This outfit is serioulsy perfect for ice-skating. In fact, I can imagine myself in it right now. *Sigh* Gotta love Modcloth!

  4. Liz 12/16/2011 at 6:25 am #

    I have! But I was so terrified to fall I went much more casually,ha! This is adorable. Maybe I will attempt a little more fashion next time, though I think I’d still go with pants.

  5. Becky 12/16/2011 at 5:57 pm #

    It is a cute outfit– though I agree that I’d rather go with pants myself, because I’m a klutz! Or if I really wanted a skirt, I’d be doing leggings underneath for sure. A little more coverage for my inevitable falls.

  6. Lauren Helen 12/17/2011 at 8:14 pm #

    Apparently there’s a huge outdoor skating rink in the middle of my city that I didn’t know about – the boyfriend is INSISTING I go with him… and why would I refuse? 🙂

  7. Jamie 12/19/2011 at 9:56 pm #

    Ice Skating = $10.00
    Hot Cocoa= 1.75
    Perfect Outfit from Modcloth= priceless… I mean $800.00

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