In our Fall 2012 newsletter and related post, we introduced our Nanook of the North Contest – a chance for fellow Frosties to send us their photos celebrating how to look glamorous and stylish while wrapped up for winter. We received some really fun entries – thanks to all of you who participated. And we have a winner: Katelyn Mikalishen of British Columbia!
Katelyn’s ensemble (at right) includes the following winter gear:
Snowboarding boots with Heat Holders socks
Jeans and snowpants
Long sleeve shirt, t-shirt and hoodie…under coat
Toque and hood of coat
Mittens with built in glove liners
AND a Harry Potter scarf!
She makes a definite fashion statement, and we love her positive attitude and big warming smile – snow and cold are not going to keep her down!
Congratulations Katelyn! Our Sponsors have generously contributed lots of warming goodies to the prize package that we hope help you stay warm and cozy the rest of the season.
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