Fashionably Adjusting to the Cold

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Wine shop owner Susan Feist leaves her store, Feist Wines in Amador City, Calif., on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, as hail falls during a severe storm that fell in the region. (Hector Amezcua/Sacramento Bee/TNS)

Marie Bobb , Staff Writer

Pull Out Those Leather Boots

Leather boots not only keep you warm, but they are super cute for the cold weather. Boots can be purchased mainly anywhere for less than $20.

Test Out Some Scarves 

Many may believe that wearing a scarf in Florida is “overdoing it,” but in reality, you have to do what you need to in order to keep yourself warm. Scarves are extremely beneficial because they have so many different uses. It can be used as a regular scarf or even a hair scarf.

Stock up on Some Sweaters

Since we live in one of the hottest states in America, it is pretty rare for students to carry super heavy jackets and sweaters. However, in times like this, it is always smart to carry around some type of sweater. The sweater shouldn’t be too heavy though since Florida’s weather tends to fluctuate. A simple cute, light sweater will always do.

Black. Black. Black.

As we all may know, black is a universal color that can be used with any outfit possible. Not only does black go with everything, but it attracts heat, meaning you’ll look great and stay warm all at once. Also, layering black is one of the most recent fashion trends, so you’ll also be hip by including black in your winter wardrobe.

 

 

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