Traveling is important to me so I set a personal goal to visit all 50 states before it's all said and done. As I was preparing for my first trip to Maine, all I could think about was cold winters, an abundance of green landscape, fishing boats, and (of course) what I was going to wear.

Once I arrived, I was pleasantly surprised by the weather. Don't get me wrong, it was cold but not nearly as brutal as I expected.


This look is what I call the modern day lumberjack man. The pieces from this outfit fit slimmer than your traditional lumberjack outfit. The red checkered flannel shirt, that we have grown to know, got the boot and this bright teal flannel took its place. There are a few subtle touches that help complete this look, such as the marled grey turtleneck sweater, navy quilted puffer vest, and charcoal grey beanie cap. 


You'll definitely want to wear boots if you're visiting during late winter because it will be icy. Luckily, I didn't fall once. (The boots in the image above are "The Viking Boots" by Taft


Opting for a pair of dark denim or black ripped jeans will allow the bright flannel shirt to really shine and bring the entire look together. 


Let's face it, you're going to be dealing with a lot of snow if you're visiting Maine in the late winter. So, if you're going to take on the snowy weather, you might as well  do it in style. Remember that all of the tips I am giving you are just a reference point. Feel free to remix the outfit however you see fit and create a look that speaks to your personal style because that's what really counts. 

I hope that you all get the chance to visit Maine because it is truly a beautiful state and the people there are super laid back. 

Happy travels!


Outfit Details ( Please note that some of the items in the images are sold out, so I'm giving recommendations of similar items below)