With the temperatures increasingly getting colder, it’s hard to wake up and have the motivation to look cute yet still warm. Many students have their own ways of staying warm and fashionable.
Senior, Jenny Weissauer, says, “Nice pea-coats with an infinity scarf are always a go-to outfit.”
Julia Laslett and Kayla Gyger, also seniors, said they “love to wear flannels and LL Bean moccasins; they keep you cozy and cute.”
A personal favorite of mine are fleece-lined leggings on the outside: you’re just wearing regular leggings, yet on the inside they’re so comfortable and made thick to make sure the wind stays out.
Monica Malangone, sophomore, states, “It’s always important to complete your outfit with cute winter accessories that can keep you warm – knitted headbands and scarves are the perfect example.”
For shoes, Hunter boots and riding boots seem to be a big trend this year: they protect you easily through the rain and snow while maintaining style.
The boys out there also have many stylish yet comfortable outfit options to put to use this winter. Sean Rowland, senior, claims, “Bean boots are one of my favorite shoes to wear during the winter because they’re very durable, they’re also very trendy.”
There is a wide selection of Bean boots in terms of color and sizes, and they’re also available to girls, therefore creating a range of flexibility when it comes to picking a pair that is right for you.
Steve Lynch, sophomore, exclaims, “I love to wear fuzzy socks, there are so many different pairs and all keep your feet cozy no matter how cold it is outside.”
I, myself, love to wear fuzzy socks as well. They’re a great addition to complete any outfit when trying to accomplish warmth and style.
Dylan Bartel, senior, says, “A Patagonia is the perfect pullover to throw on when running out the door, very popular and extremely snug.”
Patagonia sells vests, jackets, pullovers, and much more in terms of winter clothes for men and women. You can even buy fashionable insulated clothing from Patagonia to ensure complete warmth.
There you have it; the tricks for staying fab even when the weather is drab.