The Hat Trick

Carmen Lemons, 57, retired Chicago public school math teacher and president of Lem's Bar-B-Q, Chicago:<br>
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"You've got to make sure you've got a warm hat," explained Lemons, who is wearing a knit rabbit one. (She left the matching scarf in the car.) Her toasty down coat is made from lambskin.<br>
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Lemons regretted not wearing tights beneath her jeans and was wavering about whether she'd made the right choice leaving her shearling-lined boots at home. A lifelong Chicagoan, Lemons knows how to stay warm. "You need to layer!"

( Abel Uribe, Chicago Tribune / December 6, 2011 )

Carmen Lemons, 57, retired Chicago public school math teacher and president of Lem's Bar-B-Q, Chicago:

"You've got to make sure you've got a warm hat," explained Lemons, who is wearing a knit rabbit one. (She left the matching scarf in the car.) Her toasty down coat is made from lambskin.

Lemons regretted not wearing tights beneath her jeans and was wavering about whether she'd made the right choice leaving her shearling-lined boots at home. A lifelong Chicagoan, Lemons knows how to stay warm. "You need to layer!"

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