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Winter Outfits

Planning winter outfits can be hard, here are some tricks to plan the perfect winter outfit.
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Chester Kitchen
A student wearing a winter outfit.

Styling an outfit for winter can be hard, here are some tips and tricks to help you make the perfect outfit for winter.

For almost every outfit you wear, you will want to have at least three layers to work with, starting with tighter clothes as a base. Switching looser shirts for tighter long sleeves, and wide-leg pants for skinny jeans and leggings.

This way it will be easier to pair a heavier or longer coat with your outfit. Thin coats will work too, you will stay warm due to the underlayers of your outfit. You want to find the right coat, preferably one of a basic color which will make it easier to pair with many outfits

When it comes to shoes there really are endless possibilities, depending on the bottoms you choose to wear. If you choose boots you might want a shorter pair of pants, allowing people to see them while remaining warm. If you choose sneakers you might want a longer pair of pants such as wide-leg pants. This way the pants cover the exposed skin keeping you warm and stylish.

Accessorizing is going to be the easier part to plan, there are endless possibilities. You can start with a pair of gloves. Depending on the weather, assecoring is a way to stay warm and stylish. Matching a hat and a scarf with your outfit is an easy to stand out more

Planning outfits can be hard, especially outfits during the winter season. Try sticking to the basics.

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Charli Robinette, junior, is a reporter for the 2023-2024 Eyrie. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with family and friends, reading and listening to music.
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