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Dress for the Weather

First things first, this weather has been absolutely ridiculous. One day it is sunny and 75 the next day it’s stormy and 56.

Taylor Hassa
Socail Media/Layout Editor

 

 

 

 

fashionFirst things first, this weather has been absolutely ridiculous. One day it is sunny and 75 the next day it’s stormy and 56.

This flip-flop in temperatures does nothing but make people sick, and in college being sick is utterly dreadful. No one wants to sit through classes when they are severely under the weather.

So, how do you stay healthy? Well, it is hard this time of year. When you wake up and check the weather on our phone and see that at 8am its 38 degrees but by 12pm it is going to be 70, it is a challenge getting dressed.

You just stand in front of your closet for 20 minutes going “hmmm,” and staring out the window.

In an effort to make the process a bit simpler, here are a few tips. Layer, layer and oh yeah, layer.

Bundle up for the cold in the morning and then have layers on underneath that you can take off, as the day gets progressively hotter.

You don’t want to get caught freezing in the morning and the sweating by the time early afternoon sets in.

This time of year leggings, jeggings, capris and even jeans are great options to wear on the bottom. They are all comfortable and go with jut about anything. Picking out what to wear on the top is where this whole getting dressed thing gets tricky.

Forever 21 is the perfect place to find things to layer. They sell all kinds of tanks, t-shirts, button down shirts, sweatshirts and even really thin sweaters.

During these tough weather times wearing a cool button down shirt with a fitted t-shirt or even a tank top underneath is great. The button down keeps you warm and you can always take it off if you get too warm.

Also, a thin sweater with a cute vest and a scarf is another great fall option. Put it all on in the morning and as it warms up take off the scarf, and the vest and work the thin sweater.

The most important things to stock up on are fitted t-shirts and tank tops to go under all of your sweaters, button downs, and even your sweatshirts. It really is all about the layers during the fall. So don’t be afraid to mix and match and layer all of your outfits.

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