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Winter wonderland

After the fleeting excitement of our morning dog walk in the snow yesterday I wanted to make sure I got to see a little bit more of it today before it all melts away and life goes back to normal.  I know, I know, we've all seen the snow and Twitter is bursting at the seams with snow humbugs cursing anyone who mentions it but we rarely get any snow down here in the tropical microclimate that is Dorset so stuff you snow humbugs, I'm celebrating the snow again!

I bought this shirt in the Urban Outfitters sale, it's nice and thick and I love the stitched crosses.  The shorts are vintage Levis that I cut off and stuck some studs in and the boots are yet again my favourite new Clarks boots kindly sent to me by Idealo which I spotted are in the Spartoo sale for £63 yesterday, which is a bargain as they're leather and so cosy with the furry lining.

Urban Outfitters shirt

Obviously with snow on the ground it was a bit cold for this ensemble so I donned my vintage army jacket.  I look a bit more like I'm going to a festival than out in the snow don't I? 


German camo jacket

In the end we decided to go out into the forest so I swapped my shoes for my Hunter boots and added an extra hat and hoodie.  Brrrrr!


Snow outfit

Bodhi absolutely loves the snow and spent lots of time leaping around like a little lamb, shovelling snow into his mouth and digging for hidden treasures.

Bodhi in the snow

Tom was even more sensible with his attire and wore his trapper hat and a snowboarding jacket, perfect for causing impromptu snow storms by shaking trees...

Snow avalanche


Bodhi got confused with snowballs and actual balls and decided to try and catch one...

Schnoodle catching a snowball


Probably one of my favourite photos of Bodhi and you can see from the wellies in the background that Tom took it rather than me.. (jealous!)

Schnoodle run


And then home, through a winter wonderland, with the van heaters blasting at the highest setting to try and melt our frozen toes...

Snowy road

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28 comments

  1. These pictures are gorgeous and Bodhi is even more adorable than usual in the snow! Don't worry, I'm still celebrating the snow while I can too!

    www.tenantofwildfellhall.blogspot.com

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  2. Bodhi sure enjoys the snow! Elsie just tries to eat it and barks at snowmen, haha!

    I do love the snow and I don't understand all the miserable snow tweet haters! x

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  3. I LOVE the photo of Bodhi mid-air, and the one of him with the snowball in his mouth! Bless him. I always think where you live looks so pretty.
    Love the shirt and jacket. xx

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  4. What a fabulous picture of Bodhi! I've really enjoyed playing in the snow with my dog too, they go a little crazy which is so funny to watch :) x

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  5. I'm a snow humbug. It is stopping me getting everywhere as my car isn't so good in the snow and now I have full on cabin fever! haha.

    Your photos are so lovely though :)

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  6. Looks like you had such a fun time! We've just driven to Dartmoor and back in search of snow, no luck yet! :( nice hunters though :) x

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  7. The photo of Bodhi catching the snowball is amazing! So jealous of the deep snow you have, it's all melted around me :(

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  8. such good photos! specially the one of Bodhi haha so good
    xx

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  9. Your photographs are so stunning!
    x x x

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  10. That post just got me thinking... How great would it be to go to a festival in the snow? Assuming you could sleep in some kind of log cabin, rather than a tent. Hmmmm. xx

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  11. I love this outfit, I can't pull off this style of dressing at all so I shall remain forever envious x

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  12. Beautiful! The Army jacket is amazing!!!

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  13. You look great! Love your shirt! These are such lovely pictures, and your dog is adorable! xxx

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  14. WOW! Those doggie photos are unbelievable. What magical animal moments to catch! The whole post is brilliant (love the shirt, and am jealous of anyone who can pull off pillarbox red!) and spookily I just posted a snow post and began the exact same disclaimer at the start about knowing everyone is kinda OVER uksnow but you absolutely just have to make the most of the magic, especially after the drizly dull 'winter' we've had so far.x

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  15. These photos are lovely, especially the last one!

    Georgia x
    georgiabeee.blogspot.co.uk

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  16. That picture of Bodhi holding the snowball is amazing! So cute. The snow looks lovely and magical.

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  17. That last photo of the snowy forest is amazing and I love that picture of Bodhi catching the snowball :)
    That shirt looks totally awesome on you. I wish I could pull off shirts :( My shoulders are too small so I always look like I've borrowed my dad's clothes and my husband has a phobia of buttons so would probably disown me if I bought one.
    Glad you managed to get out and make the most of it - I don't know about you but it disappeared pretty quickly round our way!
    x

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  18. Briliant photo of your dog mid flight lol

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  19. Your dog is just the kinda dog I want... so so cute! This weather makes me want a pooch even more!

    Can't believe I wasn't already following you! Love the shirt :-)

    Dayner x UK Fashion, Jewellery & Lifestyle blog - mozzypop.com

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  20. I love how much doggies love the snow. Pip's hair is so long she had loads of little snowballs hanging off her :P

    Jen | sunny sweet pea xx

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  21. You take such gorgeous photos! And that one of your dog is amazing! x

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  22. Love this outfit ^^
    Your hair color is amazing!
    And I love the little dog :D
    A loser like me

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  23. This shirt is great. Such a nice take on the usual plaid shirt. Your hair is so nice too, it makes me miss my pastel shades.

    Elise x

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  24. You guys are so cute in the snow, loving the snap Tom took of Bohdi. I wish I could say I was all healthy and good and got myself out in the snow, but actually, I watched the blizzard descend on the East End, curled up with the central heating, and didn't object when T offered to go out on both our behalf to procure survival items *ahem* hot chocolate and pretzels....

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  25. Looks beautiful. I love snow. In Wisco we get a lot of it and most people here get sick of it rather fast. I only get sick of shoveling it. Not looking at it.

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  26. This is a great article. Since it is the summer it is time to start buying some cloths for the new school year, especially because you can get winter cloths for a discount. I went to college up North so it was very cold. I had a hard time finding cloths that looked really cute but still kept me warm until I discovered Leg warmers. I really love these because they go with literately every outfit and you can wearing them out to parties and such. Leg warmers are great for any ages and are not much money. I understand wearing jeans gets old sometimes so this winter I would recommend to try leg warms, you will not regret it!

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