Well actually, they're more like Outfit(s) of the Day(s) I wore in Korea.
Here's a tip when you go holiday-ing in places where it's snowing: Never EVER EVER think: I don't need much leg-wear. Just jeans should do.
Yeah, only if you intend to lose them whilst trudging through snow. It's lucky that I heeded a friend's advice and brought more than enough. Towards the end of our trip, I was on 3 layers of leg wear - long johns, leggings, and jeans.
So here is a compilation of what I wore when in Korea (under my down feather coat, that is):
Breakdown: Top - H&M sweater (with black Uniqlo Heattech layered underneath), Bottom - Levi's jeans, Shoes - Marks & Spencer
Top and Bottom - Levi's
Top - G2000 Knit Sweater, Bottom - Forever21 leggings and knee-length heat-tech socks from Uniqlo, Shoes - Marks & Spencer
A close-up of my H&M sweater:
This sweater you see is very special:
It's thicker than both the sweaters from H&M AND G2000. Best part is, I got it for...
Jeng JENG JENG...
For this thick comfortable thing that kept me SO warm:
It really was God-sent.
It's the same G2000 sweater, but layered with grey heat tech (Uniqlo), Bottom - leggings (hidden), Benetton jeans and heat tech socks (Uniqlo). Shoes - I wore the same pair throughout the trip. Unfashionable, I know. But I was more concerned with keeping my toes intact.
Threw this in here because, well I have nothing else *runs and hides*