THIS BLOG CONTAINS PICTURES OF ME LOOKING LIKE A TOOL. THERE IS A REASON WHY I RARELY PUT UP IMAGES OF MYSELF. THIS IS WHY.
I have something fun/cool AND practical to blog about today, get me! As we all know, it’s not the warmest weather out there at the moment, and I for one am suffering. No I don’t own a practical jacket, yes I do wear fingerless gloves so I can still tweet. Sad but true.
I’ve been in the market for a snood-type device for a while now but have been finding that the high-street options are quite limited and not actually all that warm. I mean it’s great looking super cool and everything but what’s the point if your neck is still blooming cold and drafty.
That is where Buff comes along. Once known as the multi-functional headwear that SO MANY winter sporty types wear every season, Buff is now appealing to the masses. Yes, most Buff’s have multiple uses. You can wear them as a:
I could go on…
The fact that Buff was born on the mountains means one thing and one thing only…they know how to keep you warm. Even while messing around with my new Buff at home, I got warm, and that my friends is a feeling I haven’t felt in a few months!
When the lovely girls at Cube asked if I was feeling chilly and needed a helping hand, of course I said yes. Every little helps. To be honest I was expecting a strange printed tec-fabric to arrive. The kind of snood that’s terribly practical but looks a little odd off the mountains, but, I was happily mistaken. A knitted snood, neutral in colour, made from a pleasant mixture of merino wool, cotton and alpaca. Easy to wear, goes with everything, and keeps me so so warm. I can safely say I’m a new-found buff-a-tier! GUNG-HO!