Since my neighborhood is getting its first real snow of the year, I’m reminded of how fun it is to see snow when you become a parent. Small everyday moments become more incredible when you can share them with children. Last week when I made my resolutions, many of them had to do with my daughters. In 2017, I want to spend more unplugged time with my children, and I want to be more active in ways that include them. Whether we can go outside and play or we choose to stay in and have dance parties, being a family means that we rely on the support of each other to stay healthy.
If You Want To Plan More Active Family Time, You Have To Dress For It
While planning family time, I considered how I should dress to stay active. As I recently shared in this article, my sandstone colored Chaco Hopi boots are my go-to footwear for winter. For the past year, I have worn these boots on all occasions. This past November, I walked for 6 hours in New York City. My feet weren’t even sore afterwards.
When Chaco sent me the same style in black, I smiled. Not only does this pair have that shiny, new shoe look, but they also have the support and comfort I need for active living.
Snowy Day Fun Pictures
I loved trying out my favorite boots on a beautiful snowy day. My daughters wanted to dress up in matching white dresses to get a picture together.
When the snowy fun became a major distraction to my energetic children, I was glad I had on boots that were perfect for running after them. Check out the fun we had in this series of pictures.
About Chaco Hopi Boots
Something I adore about Chacos is that they have a style for every season. If you want boots you can actually walk in, the Hopi boots are ideal for winter. With wool, fleece and weatherproof leather material, they look fashionable and keep you warm. Not only are the boots flat, but they also have the LUVSEAT™ PU footbed, which provides support that makes walking comfortable. Whether you pair the boots with a dress and a sweater or with jeans, they look great for all occasions.
Have you ever liked your clothes or shoes so much that you bought a second pair, or were you ever disappointed that you didn’t? Share your fashion story in the comments!