The weather forecast for this first weekend of November is calling for 70+ degrees, which is beautiful but rather confusing to me because I have a social event to attend and, quite frankly, I don’t know what to wear?
I mean November in New England is a time for boots and chunky knit sweaters and pretty scarves displaying warm autumnal colors of gold, burnt orange or rustic red. November means full length jeans paired with jackets which are more fashion than function and fun fuzzy hats which are less concerned about covering the ears and more so about being an accessory for the head.
As a (nearly) life-long New Englander, I am programmed to equate November as the cut-off month of making sure that my warm seasonal clothes are front and center in my closet and that my winter boots, jackets, hats, gloves/mittens, and scarves are inventoried and accessible. I do this because in New England, we typically have clothing for when it is mostly warm and when it is mostly cold because, in New England (typically) when it is mostly warm it is quite warm (think mid 60s to mid 80s) and when it is mostly cold it is quite cold (think teens to the 30s). Maybe it is because of the prominence of the holidays in November, but November, typically, is considered a cold month…?
 My recent clothing conundrum has caused me to consider that perhaps I should reconsider my designation of a seasonal clothing.
Hot? Cold?   
Kathy Naumann, possessor of NATURALLY curly hair and the understanding that you can’t control everything!


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