Puffer jackets are my least favorite when it comes to winter style. But, I couldn’t deny an oversize bundle of cocoon warmth from this $60 H&M jacket. I absolutely needed one for my Utah trip. On the other hand, I did not want any statement outfit. So, I packed a lot of fine knit sweaters in neutral color and graphic tees. The only thing that sparkled in my suitcase were my red and yellow sock boots. I am kind of obsessed with them and they make any neutral outfit pop. The same was with my accessories. It included a lot of structured satchels and crossbody bags. Ofcourse, I am quite fond of baker boy hats and beret too.
Fine knits, structured bags and plenty of graphic tees are a must have for Utah, where you can explore the nature while keeping things minimal and luxe”
To be honest, I did not expect Utah to be warm, so I packed a lot of jackets and coats. But, surprisingly I survived with just a plaid jacket. The only time I needed a puffer coat was when we hiked to Arches national Park. This was one of those adventures I would not have written down as a part of bucket list, but I am very glad I did. So, unlike the most, we started hiking at five pm, landed on the arches at six pm. By that time it was pretty dark. Although, it was a sight! Not a pin drop noise or light and sky covered with stars. Due to a cloudy day, I couldn’t get a clear shot of milky way. But, I will never forget this day. While coming back, we almost got lost. It was eight pm and thanks to Kushal’s navigation skills, we made it without a GPS service. For a minute, we did really think we would have to camp out to-night because there were no directions. Now that I think of it, I am glad we did it as a part of an experience.