Cozy Weekend Wear
When the temperatures drop and the snow piles high, most people don’t like to venture out in the cold. On days like those, college students like to stay in-doors to read that bestseller they’ve wanted to for the longest time, veg out with a Netflix marathon, hang out with roommates or try to be productive on homework assignments.
Here are seven items that are functional, warm and chic to make those days a little more bearable.
Turtlenecks are on trend this winter season. Not only are they ‘oh-so warm,’ they add an instant 90s vibe.
Who can go wrong with the all-nighter college staple of leggings? Thiscute and comfy pair is from Forever 21 for only $10.36!
Leg warmers are great for a little extra style and warmth for any outfit. These are made by Grace & Lace, a fashion company with a cause. Grace & Lace partners with Angel House, a portion of every sale goes toward building orphanages in India. Each orphanage houses 50 children, and they have already built two.
“Ballin in Paris” T-shirt. This shirt has been popularized by fashionable celebrities and famous musicians alike. Vanessa Hudgens wore the t-shirt in white, while Ciara, Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West opted for the black t-shirts.
Kimono style has transitioned from soft silks in the summer to wool and polyester blended fabrics for the colder months. This soft cream kimono cardigan from ASOS is a chic and comfy option for a lazy Saturday. Also, ASOS is a great online site for on trend buys you can’t find at your local mall.
Blanket scarves are one of the best accessories for lounging around. It’s almost like you never left your cozy bed. They’ll keep you toasty during that trek across campus. This Zara Tartan inspired blanket scarf is a great staple piece for your winter wardrobe.
Beanies are great for lazy mornings when you’ve overslept and didn’t have quite enough time to style your hair, but still want to look good. This beanie from Urban Outfitters is soft and versatile.