Our Most Popular Winter Outfit

Our most popular items are flying off the shelf recently. Therefore, we picked an item from each category to make the perfect outfit for winter based on your reviews and what is most purchased on our site!

Carhartt & Dickies is and probably will always be our best selling clothing for working women. We just trust that they provide us with the most comfortable, durable clothing and they never fail to serve. The style aspect is top notch is just a bonus!

 

 

The Jacket: Carhartt Women’s Weathered Duck Wesley Coat

This durable, heavyweight coat is great for cold winter months because it is quilt lined to hold heat in. The collar is sherpa lined almost acting as a scarf! There are two huge lower pockets for your phone, keys or anything you want to store in close reach and two smaller chest pockets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Top: Dickies Women’s Long Sleeve Stretch Thermal

Enjoy this super comfy flannel top under the Carhartt jacket above. It is made of 200 gsm. thermal knit (58% Cotton/39% Polyester/3% Spandex) and has a special tailored fit for a woman’s body. There is a drop tail for added coverage in the back and rib trim at the neck to decrease stretching. It is currently available in 9 colors!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pants: Dickies Women’s Slim Fit Straight Leg Denim Jeans

If you’re looking for an everyday comfy, stretchy and custom fit jeans, stop here! These jeans are mid-rise (so no sagging) and make a flattering appearance on any body shape. Seriously…best.jeans.ever. They work magic and are comfortable for all day wear at work or play.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Warm Winter Hat: Carhartt Women’s Acrylic Watch Hat

You cannot go wrong with this cap. Men, women and kids love these. They are a universal fit cap and the women’s special colors are so cute!

 

DIY Sweater Mittens!

 

 

 

Running out of ideas for Christmas presents or running on a budget? This cute DIY mittens idea is perfect for any girl on your list. All you need is a sweater you no longer wear and some sewing skills!

 

 

 

What you need:

  • Sweater
  • Paper
  • Pen
  • Scissors
  • Needle & Thread

What to do:

  • First, place your hand on top of two pieces of computer paper how it would go into a mitten. (four fingers laying together and thumb slightly out to the side)

  • Second, trace your hand generously, leaving about a half inch extra space.
  • Third, cut out your tracing (this should give you two cut outs of your mitten from the two pieces of paper)
  • Fourth, lay the sweater out flat and place the tracings on the sweater side by side and cut out (you should get four cut outs, two from the front of the sweater and two from the back)

  • Fifth, sew two pieces together along the edges, leaving the bottom open for the hand to enter
  • Sixth, flip inside out so the pen marks and stitching are not showing!
  • Seventh (optional) add a layer of fur trim around the wrists!

 

Madison vs. Fusion

We’ve had a lot of question on whether the Madison or Fusion Boot would be better suited for particular customers. Therefore, we’d like to break them down side by side so you can decide yourself. Th main difference is that the Madison has a fur lining for colder weather. They are both our own brand, Safety Girl, and they are specially crafted with you in mind! Either boot is great for work or play. The steel toe is great for working conditions whether you need protection from falling objects or slipping hazards. You won’t regret either pair of these boots because they are so comfortable!

 

BOTH STYLES:

  • Good Year Welt Construction
  • Oil Resistant Outsole
  • Slip Resistant Outsole
  • Nubuck Leather Upper
  • Cushioned Insoles
  • Available in Grey, Pink, Black or Green

MADISON ONLY:

  • Soft or Steel Toe Available
  • Sizes 6-11 Available
  • Faux Fur Lining – Great for Winter
  • 8″ Boot Height
  • Fold Down Ability
  • $69.95/ Pair

FUSION ONLY:

  • Steel Toe Only
  • Sizes 6-10 Available
  • 6″ Boot Height
  • $59.95/ Pair

 

 

 

Holiday Stress Tips

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It is November 22 which means Thanksgiving is tomorrow and Christmas & New Years are around the corner. If you’re like me, you are super excited to see the new year but before we can get to that we have many stressors coming our way (along with the joy of the Holiday Season!). Maybe your in laws are coming to town, or it’s your first Thanksgiving hosting dinner, or it’s your baby’s first Christmas or you are having a New Year’s Eve Party! No matter what is coming at you this holiday season..we have some tips that are simple yet the most effective way to stay in your right state of mind.

  1. Exercise – We know you are on the move 27/7 in November & December so you are probably exercising just by gift shopping! If not, make sure to get on the tread mill or take an evening walk with a friend if you live in a warmer climate. It will help keep you motivated & you will feel less guilty about eating all that yummy turkey.
  2. Sleep – DO NOT get less than 7 hours of sleep! You will regret it for days. Your body absolutely needs this time to replenish and get you ready for the day ahead.
  3. Drink H2O – This is probably my #1 rule: HYDRATION. Don’t let this one slip either. Your body is made mostly of water so you need to counteract for that wine! Or sweating while shopping. I promise you will feel better the more water you drink. Your body will thank you.
  4. Treat Yourself – Just because you are spending time & money on family does not mean to forget about you. Get a comfy hoodie from the Safety Girl site, throw something in your cart for you on Black Friday without feeling guilty or simply cut out one night of your time for a self pampering spa night!

These are just a few tips and tricks to keep you feeling your best this Holiday season. We love this time of year but it can get stressful! Enjoy your family, good food & great friends instead of feeling drained & stressed!

DIY Cold Weather Car Emergency Kit 🚗

While the months get colder, something you need to think about is what you would do if your car broke down on a snowy, blistering cold day. It’s not necessarily a happy thought but it may save you one day! When I was just starting to drive, my mom made me pack my car with all the “essentials” and now I completely understand why. The following are a couple ideas to keep in mind if you find yourself driving in the winter time. Hopefully, if this unfortunate event does happen to you, you will be within walking distance from a store or have a phone to call for help. This leads me to my first precaution…

Always make sure your phone is fully charged before you leave the house

This is something most of us are pretty good about anyway because it is our main line of communication. If you find yourself stranded with a broken down car and your car battery is drained, you won’t be able to use your car phone charger, so keep that in mind.

Put together a cold weather emergency kit

You can purchase a tote at Target or Wal-Mart and pack all these essentials in it to keep them together in your trunk

  • Flashlight
  • Blanket
  • Gloves
  • Hat
  • Snack
  • Flares
  • Cat Litter (can be used in place of salt)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Jumper Cables
  • List of family phone numbers

Check out this roadside kit from Safety Girl that has 16 different car safety pieces including a flashlight, air compressor, help sign, jumper cables, cable ties, etc.

Pink Emergency Roadside KitPink Emergency Roadside Kit

And this everyday roadside emergency kit with 18+ pieces including band-aids, wipes, chapstick, light sticks, etc.

Safety Girl Roadside Emergency Kit

Safety Girl Roadside Emergency Kit