STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Colorful Tribal Prints And Knits

Style Advice of the Week

It’s that time of year when the weather is mostly always gloomy, and walking to class is a chore because of the wind and chilling temperatures. It’s difficult to stray away from the traditional leggings and hoodies when it’s this cold. Our job is to not let the gloominess get to us. Adding some fun, colorful pieces to your wardrobe can prevent that monotone winter gray. This Fashionista was spotted brightening everyone’s day with her smile and vibrant outfit.

I couldn’t help but fall in love with this amazing, multicolored tribal print sweater. The Fashionista opted for an oversized chunky sweater instead of a hoodie or jacke,t and it looks amazing. The tribal print is a fun way to incorporate pattern into your wardrobe. Mix that with some eye catching colors and you have yourself one show stopping piece. Thank you for inspiring me to reach for something other than my black cardigan!

She keeps things bright by throwing on a large, mustard yellow scarf. Not only does the accessory match perfectly with the sweater, but it keeps this Fashionista nice and toasty. Scarves are a winter essential so why not go for some crazy colors? Yellow, royal blue, bright green— the possibilities are endless, and you are guaranteed to intrigue people.

The rest of the outfit isn’t quite so loud but it comes together seamlessly. The Fashionista chose to pair her bright pieces with a black form fitting dress and some black opaque tights. It’s as if the Fashionista chose the black to highlight the more intense items in her outfit. Whatever the reason, the Fashionista is doing it right and showing of her figure while still staying warm. Sticking with the black basics, this Fashionista kept her look edgy with some black combat boots. Let’s be honest, when it’s too cold to wear flats the best choice are boots.

When putting on your same ole outfit this week try and find items that will make you stand out. Don’t be afraid of those pieces that people will ask about. Color isn’t only for the summer and spring!

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