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Northern Minnesota Fashion Style

This winter we invite you to head north to Grand Rapids, Minnesota and enjoy a laid back getaway. We put together a few style tips on how to fit in this winter in northern Minnesota. Whether you are looking to do a little exploring in the woods, some sight seeing with a special someone, or just hang out, we have you covered.

Classic North Style

Classic North Style

The weathermen are telling us that this year in northern Minnesota we will be having an extremely mild winter with warmer temperatures and lower snow totals.

This is great for the fashionista who is not wanting to bundle up to head out in the snow.

Check out Jen in our Classic Up North Style. She has paired a classic boiled wool jacket with a houndstooth scarf and Joan of Arc Sorels™.

She will be ready for a relaxing walk in the woods and be ready to head into town to go shopping and be warm and comfortable.

Northern Slope Fashion

Northern Slope Fashion

This style is popular if you are looking to hit the slopes while visiting northern Minnesota.

Take a look at Jen’s style: Jen has added a black short ski jacket that she has paired with her cowl neck sweater and added a sweater scarf.

The northern Minnesota ski associations will make snow regardless if mother nature cooperates this winter.


Jen and Luke

If you have never heard of the phrase Lumbersexual, we will help you to understand. According to Urban Dictionary©: lumbersexual is a Metro-sexual male who has the need to hold on to some outdoor based rugged-ness. The lumberjack plaid shirts and classic black and red color schemes are definitely trending for men. Luke has chosen a traditional Eskimo™ red and black plaid baseball cap with a Carhartt™ wool plaid shirt. Jen is showing another trend that continues this winter season; wide brimmed hats. This is an easy way to accessorize and draw attention and make a trend-worthy statement.

Bundle Up, Baby!

Bundle Up Baby

This year’s trending blanket scarves are nice to Bundle Up to add a little extra layer.

Jen is wearing tall black Hunter™ boots, a cowl neck sweater, and wrapped a traditional plaid blanket scarf.

The warmer weather allows Luke to wear a lighter wool blend sweater and leather work boots.

A Stylish Family On The Go

Get Out And Explore

You can see that Jen and Luke and the kids are ready to head out for an adventurous afternoon.

They are ready for an up north vacation in their trending North style with classic plaids, warm wool sweaters and chic accessories like faux fur and blanket plaid scarves. This family is ready to go exploring the many unique and historic sites that northern Minnesota offers a family on the go.

Heading Out As a Family 2

Here is another scene showing their continued trending styles.

Choosing classic boots like tall Hunter boots and Uggs for the gals, and leather ankle boots for the guys. The mix of classic plaid and denim blend well with trendy accessory additions.

This family looks adorable and ready for a day playing in the snow.

Stylist Tips on Getting That Natural Look

Lumbersexual ManscapingFor Men: the key to any lumbersexuals look is the beard. Aveda’s™ mens composition is the perfect product to use to keep your beard moisturized, smelling good for your lady and bonus it is great for your skin too!

Abenda Mens Line

Up North Natural Style For HerFor Women: “I just woke up this way” is the look every lumberjane needs to perfect! Keeping your makeup natural and hair perfectly messy is easy but check out TrueNorthSalon.com for tips to make it even easier!

Aveda Line For Natural Look


For unique things to do and see this winter Head North to Grand Rapids, Minnesota. This resource page is full of area attractions, events, and historic and educational things to do based on the amount of time you have to visit.

Special thanks to True North Salon and Spa for styling our models Sam and Jen, and for sharing their stylist tips with us. Following them on Facebook.

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