New England’s weather can be chaotic at times. From 70 degrees one day to snowing and 20 degrees the next, be ready for a quick outfit change at any moment. Here our Fashionista is showing how to make an outfit versatile for any weather condition that the day has to offer.
The first essential way to make an outfit work in multiple conditions is to layer. Here a light maroon faux leather jacket is paired with a striped T-shirt. This look can be as simple or extravagant as you want it to be depending on your clothing paring. Doing this gives you a way to bundle up or cool down depending on the changing temperature. It is much easier to simply remove a jacket than it is to have to go back and change or suffer in an uncomfortable situation.
The second essential is tailoring your favorite cold weather pieces to the current weather pattern. Since it’s likely too early to shop for warm weather clothing, you can make adjustments to your current wardrobe. Cuff a pair of your favorite jeans and pair them with some comfortable booties to complete the look. This can be done with any article of clothing including tying a button-down around your waist.
On campus the changing weather can become very troublesome, especially for those living off campus. My advice to students: carry wisely. Always make sure to pack an umbrella, gloves, and a hat, just in case the weather throws you for a loop. So keep an eye out for the weather and make sure to dress wisely.