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Six Ways to Spice Up Your Winter Wardrobe

Baby, it’s Vogue outside.
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It’s the most wonderful time of year, and as stores fill their racks with winter jackets and knitwear, shoppers must start the process of curating the perfect winter wardrobe. Finding dual-functional clothes that will keep you warm and chic is not an effortless task for all. If you’re looking to add new pieces to your closet this 2023-24 winter season, we’ve got you covered!

Here are Inside Fullerton’s winter picks (see gallery):

COS Ribbed Panel Top ($135) & Flared Midi Skirt ($135)

Stay cozy and fashionable with this long-sleeved navy sweater. Pair it with its matching midi skirt for a comfy-chic look. Not only will you feel warm under this super soft knitwear, but you’ll also remain effortlessly fashionable.

 

Acne Studios Mohair Wool Fringe Scarf ($300)

Oversized scarves are great statement pieces to stand out this winter season. Scarves are a great dual-functional accessory to complete your outfit by keeping you warm and giving your look a pop of color.

 

The North Face 1996 Nuptse Puffer Jacket ($330)

With the return of the Y2K fashion trend, puffer jackets are a must this winter season if you’re looking for that 2000’s streetwear look. The padding on these jackets are durable and practical—you’re definitely getting your money’s worth.

 

Urban Outfitters Cassie Fuzzy Bucket Hat ($25)

Give your winter look a hip, streetwear edge with this fuzzy bucket hat. Adding a bucket hat to your outfit is a cool, minimal effort way to rock a statement piece to color coordinate with your outfit.

 

H&M Premium Selection Wool-blend Coat ($319)

Wear this light beige coat with a white turtleneck and a pair of baggy white pants for a comfy monochromatic look. Wearing white can be great for confidence-building while maintaining a clean and simple look.

 

Taken from the Fall 2023 print issue of Inside Fullerton. Read it here.

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Dana Chung is a journalism major. She likes going out for walks and drinking coffee, hanging out with friends, and taking photos. She wants to get a job at a magazine or a broadcasting company in the future.

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