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February 24th, 2016 at 2:05am

The temperatures may be dropping, but that doesn’t mean your style should. Winter weather can really take a toll on your style. For example, some people might feel tempted to only wear the warmest thing they own. Even if that means wearing thick pajamas and fuzzy slippers to class. Trust me, I’ve seen it. Still, comfort is key when heading to class. You shouldn’t have to worry about feeling uncomfortable in an outfit when you are trying to pay attention to the lecture. That doesn’t mean you should trek to class in sweats and slippers either! Being presentable, warm and comfortable can be easily achieved. This Fashionista is not letting the cold keep her from looking stylish.

Dressed in all neutrals, this Fashionista is on trend. The camel coat is in every “it girl’s,” blogger’s and celebrity’s closet. She paired it perfectly with a tight gray turtleneck and casual blue jeans. Her all-black Nike Roshe sneakers are not only practical for walking around campus, but they follow the athleisure movement that I am currently obsessed with. Mixing everyday wear with sporty clothes and accessories is every tomboy’s dream. Her Cartier bracelet adds a little shine and luxury to her simple outfit. Finishing it off, her pale pink purse gives the outfit a touch of color, yet still blends well with the neutral palate.

One Simple Change: After a grueling day of classes who doesn’t want to go out to dinner with your honey or hangout with your pals? Try adding a pair of heels to move this look from day to night and make it more sophisticated and polished.