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Laura Serino

After visiting Maine only a handful of times, Laura Serino packed up her studio apartment in New York City and headed north for "the way life should be." After a summer on North Haven island, she and her boyfriend, a Maine native, settled in Portland, Maine. Serino is a former magazine editor who has been published in national and regional publications. When she isn't blogging, she spends her time antiquing, scouring thrift shops, exploring new places in Maine and cozying up to her cat Jasper. She recently completed her first book, "Twentysomething Girl, 1001 Quick Tips and Tricks to Make Your Life Easier." Reach her at info@forefrontfashion.com Follow her: @ForeFrontFash

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Posted: December 30, 2013

In search of fashion at Cabela's

This is the true story of a rainy Saturday, where one fashion blogger was forced to shop for sausage casing at Cabela’s. God love my fianc√©, but there are only so many “hot snack stick” kits I can peruse before I get antsy. So I decided to suss out the footwear and casual apparel selection instead.

Off I went, first to the shoe section. While there was not a kitten heel to be found (not like I expected there to be), I did spy quite an impressive array of bad-weather boots. These North Face patriotic styles were really hard to walk away from. I loved them.

And these little rain mocs in gray and neon trim? Much cuter than my basic duck boots. Even the fleece-lining is neon.

A band collar shirtdress? Well this isn’t terrible!

I love this sweater. It’s got a performance look, but felt super cozy – and for under $40 you can’t beat that.

Floral chamois shirts? Now you’re speaking my language, Cabelas!

Quilted jackets with a nice, fleecey lining and military details from Cabela’s own line. Also available in an army green but this navy one tugged at my heartstrings a bit.

All in all, if you look hard enough, there’s definitely some good pieces to be found at Cabela’s. Though I wouldn’t go back to find any “good for work” or “going out on the town” attire, it’s a great spot for sweaters and warm-weather gear. And for sausage making kits.

What’s the best thing you’ve ever bought at Cabela’s?

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