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Cold Weather Fashion Allows for More Unique Outfits

During the colder months, a new vibe of fashion arises from the snow and ice. In the summer, there are plenty of opportunities to show off your wardrobe, with plenty of inspiration from Pinterest to help you along. Tank tops, t-shirts, shorts, skirts, and dresses normally rule fashion during that time of year. However, winter fashion reigns supreme to any other type.

Cold weather allows access for more layering, which opens the door for much cooler outfits. Stacking jackets or button ups with sweaters and other shirts gives you more choices during the cold weather. Since layering during the summertime is almost impossible because of how hot it gets, using the cold weather to mix different accessories is an amazing way to upgrade your wardrobe without even buying anything. Utilizing what you already have to add depth and uniqueness to an outfit is also a great way to enjoy the winter months more.

Layering with a puffer jacket vest seems to be a popular style choice among this generation. A lot of people also seem to like the cold weather because of the quick and easy “sweats-and-hoodie” combination. It makes for an easy way to stay comfy in the winter. This does not always have to be the case, though, since there are so many fashionable possibilities that are still comfortable. So, although fashion can be amazing year-round, I personally enjoy more academia/downtown styles in the cold weather.

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Ashley Johnson
Ashley Johnson is a junior at Crown Point High School. She took beginning journalism last year, and this is her first year on the Inklings staff. She likes writing and would love to write for a news website in college. After high school, she wants to go to Notre Dame and become a dermatologist. When she is not writing for Inklings, she is usually practicing with the band or working at Strack and Van Til.
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