As Washington State University experiences a continuous onslaught of snow, ice and the occasional power outage, many students are cozy in their warmest winter pieces. While we welcome school closures with open arms, it is often difficult to flaunt your best when warmth is priority number one. With multiple feet and counting, the snow remains fashion’s biggest competitor. Though despite nature’s adamant efforts, there are those who continue the fight against this winter downpour. I, myself, have found that when it comes to braving the weather in style, look to the classics for assistance. Through trial and error, I have found that a traditional, minimalist view often balances any heavy jacket or boot. When it comes to style versus snow, I say simple yet classic patterns are the perfect angle to produce a chic winter look.
This week’s Fashionista displays how a timeless print acts as the flawless solution for snow day style. Amongst the wide array of winter footwear, searching for a stylish snow boot proves as a difficult task. In particular, this Fashionista wears a simple rain boot from none other than Target as well as her go-to wrap sweater from Nordstrom. By pairing a patterned boot alongside a bright sweater, this Fashionista creates a fresh look amidst Pullman’s gloomy weather. As for accessories, this Fashionista sports a knit head wrap and leather satchel, both are from Forever 21. Not only known for the student-friendly prices, but if you’re in the market for an everyday scarf, hat or pair of mittens, Forever 21 provides a wide array of winter accessories. Despite the snowy weather, stick to classic patterns, simple color schemes and a mixture of everyday accessories to conquer the wintry forecast.
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