These days I can't seem to go without:
These are the winter version of the Kickbooty pant and they are amazing. So, so cozy thanks to the inner fleece lining. Ideal for just about everything, I've fallen asleep in them more times than I care to admit. I have two pairs because I loved (and wore) my first so much. The fit is really nice and the abrasion-resistant outer layer keeps it from looking worn after multiple washes. They are my favorite for walking Hannah in the early mornings. I only wish they had a zip pocket in the back so I could store my phone or cash/credit cards, but they do have a hidden key pocket in the front.
J. Crew Factoy Classic Button-Down Shirt in Flannel $29.99 on sale
Got these on sale for $89 at REI but they don't seem to be on the site anymore. Originally purchased for trail running, but I haven't gotten to that with them yet. They have Ortholite insoles and a wide base at the heel for added stability and support, which is really helpful since I have a very flat foot and if I don't use the correct shoes my knees and back really feel it because I walk long distances with Hannah. Speaking of, they're my go-to shoe for walking her in the mornings. Great shock absorbency for my back, tons of room for my toes, and I'm not afraid to get them dirty at the dog park.
Currently on sale at Zappos for $94.99, I would not usually go for this really bright color (I swear they glow in daylight,) however I also don't want a car or cyclist to mow me over when it's dark out. I purchased these after a lot of online research since I did get them through Zappos and I hate the process of online returns. They won Runner's World Best Update for 2012, so I went with it and do not regret the purchase. Again, great stability for my archless foot.
J. Crew Factory Puffer Jacket $59.99 on sale
With my $50 rewards card I ended up getting this for under $20, which was a steal in itself, but then upon receiving it two days ago I discovered the sleeves have thumb holes!!!! It's my new favorite! The hood is nice and long so it isn't stop at the top of my head if I wear a ponytail. Deal.
I always thought Lululemon was way overpriced, until I tried on their pants in the store. I was trying to prove myself right about their clothing, that it was just trendy, but no, unfortunately their clothes is really well thought out, practical and well made. Really well made. The detail you see on the side is lace with reflective material under. Pretty and practical. Wind and water resistant upper panels, pockets-galore (two on the side and one in the back) make these great for winter running.
Super warm on the inside, it's all I need as a top on the chilliest of days (so far).