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The Hornet

Serving the Fullerton Community Since 1922

The Hornet

Winter fashion is all about texture

By Vanessa Pacheco

Picking the right outfit can make you feel confident and ready to tackle any situation. That’s not easy in California where the weather throws residents for a curve ball almost weekly. The recent cool temperatures have made it even more complicated. Our advice? Opt out of ugly Christmas sweaters and instead, mix up seasonal classics with updated trends.M60G9B0REZ2MA-jSrJb9oMQpJjQU0w1zSLAixWXX0Vc.jpg

Velvet Details

Update that little black dress with a kimono style cardigan that will keep you warm and stylish. The details on the outerwear will give your outfit a more sophisticated yet comfortable look.

Suede and Fur

Bring the glitz and glamour back with a suede and fur combination. Millennial pink gives suede an updated look and fur a timeless appeal.

Crushed Olive Velvet

Step out in a slit velvet dress that captures the attention the moment you walk in. Crushed velvet will allow light to reflect and will make you to shine like a diamond.

Metallic and Chiffon

Tulle an Chiffon are not just for ballerinas. Wear a Chiffon skirt with lace details to give your outfit an effortless and luxurious look. Add a bralette or crop top and complete the look with metallic or iridescent statement heels.

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Amp up your little black dress with an off the shoulder cut. Add some texture with black crushed velvet and a pair of red or burgundy chunky heels and that LBD will reach a new level of style.

Cozy Flannels

Keep a more casual look by adding a classic flannel. The long flannel can also cover your legs when it gets cold. Don’t be afraid to light up the night with bold fabrics and styles!

Model in photos: Allie Valentine
Photographer: Yessy Camacho