The winter weather may have signed out of some college campuses but it is still in full force in Dallas, PA. It’s so hard to plan an outfit based on a chance of snow, but it’s something that Misericordians have to do more often than not. I caught this Fashionista in a snow storm in the middle of the day, which took everyone by surprise. While clean-up crews quickly tried to clear the walkways, Fashionistas scurried in and out of buildings, trying to save their unprepared outfits from the wet flakes. But this Fashionista embraced the snow, already prepared with her knit accessories.
Her comfy, casual outfit was ideal for the impromptu snow storm and a long day of classes. She matched her teal knit accessories together and kept the other pieces of her outfit in dark tones. Of course, I was immediately drawn to the large bow featured on her winter accessory. I was even more in awe when I noticed she took the time to match her teal headband with her boot socks, wrapping everything together.
For Fashionistas that still have to deal with a little more winter weather, go out and scoop up a deal on knit accessories before stores move on to spring fashion. Ruche has a Black Button-On Bow Headband similar to this Fashionista’s. The black band allows for multiple wears and will never get old. If bows don’t have the same effect on you as they do on me, AKA going weak in the knees, try a furry option from Aerie. The Faux Fur Headband is sure to keep ears warm on a snowy day on campus. If your campus is already transitioning into spring weather, don’t fear, there are options for you too. Free People’s Diamond Jacquard Twist Headband is the perfect transition piece for winter to spring wear.
No matter what type of weather situation you’re in, know that a trusty knit headband is always a go-to accessory.
Spotted: Jennifer Behr’s accessories collection has all the pieces you’ll need for a winter day. With styles made of alpaca and merino wool you can’t go wrong.