Aspen Looks & Cool Winter Books

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Don’t let the cold weather get you down! Winter is the perfect time for a fun mountain getaway and great winter books. 

Young Adult book blogger and author winter fashion

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Book: Weekend, Christopher Pike; Faux shearling and fur jacket: Laundry by Shelli Segal; Wunder Under pant: Lululemon; Gloves: DeLux Sock Monkey Mittens, Amazon

Aspen, Colorado is a great ski town to experiment with your winter style, but no matter where you are these looks (and books) will work. When it comes to fabrics, faux is the way to go for the fashion-forward animal lover. It’s also a lot of fun to make an outfit pop with a whimsical touch like these Sock Monkey mittens. Don’t forget a good pair of flattering leggings — a must-have for any winter fashion wardrobe. If you can manage the splurge (around $100 a pop for yoga leggings!), Lululemon is the way to go. Once you’ve got the outfit set, pair your look with one (or ALL!) of the fabulous winter books suggested below. I think you’ll really like them. Whatever your mood this winter — fantasy, romance, horror — there’s a book here to match it.

Winter Reading List:

A Song of Ice and Fire, George R.R. Martin

(adult fantasy)

Iced, Karen Marie Moning

(adult paranormal romance/urban fantasy)

White Hot Kiss, Jennifer Armentrout

(YA/NA paranormal romance)

Into Thin Air, Jon Krakauer

(adult nonfiction)

The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis

(YA/MG fantasy)

Touch of Frost, Jennifer Estep

(YA urban fantasy)

Frostbite, Richelle Mead

(YA urban fantasy)

Slumber Party, Christopher Pike

(YA thriller)

For more winter fashion styles and book recs make sure to check out Cold Weather Must-Haves for Outdoor Reading. What are your favorite Winter books? Share them in the comments below!