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Yahia Omar, Staff Writer • May 21, 2024

Winter fashion must-haves
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With winter just around the corner, staying warm is a high priority for most. Unfortunately, that usually means forfeiting self expression and style for the sake of fighting the cold. These four winter items are perfect for staying stylish and warm this winter.

Faux Fur Boots

Many celebrities, such as Rhianna, Mariah Carey, and Cara Delevingne have been seen sporting fur boots, making them an automatic staple for the season. While these may not be your first choice for winter boots, fur boots are worth the investment. These cute shoes can pull any outfit together, taking your look to the next level. 

Chunky Sweaters

The easiest way to stay warm, as well as stylish, is to throw on a chunky sweater. Not only are they soft and practical, but there are many styles you can choose from- whether you prefer turtleneck or v-neck, polka dot or striped, cropped or baggy- there’s a sweater for you. 

Puffer Coats

Puffer coats have been trending for many years, and rightfully so. They fit with any outfit, regardless of how you dress, while also keeping you toasty in the cold. If you’re more focused on your look, you can also buy a sleeveless version that showcases your outfit. 

Fleece Lined Tights

If you prefer shorts or skirts to winter pants, the cold weather can be a struggle. The best way to stay cozy and warm while still dressing your best is with fleece lined tights. These tights, which come in a variety of colors and skin tones, appear to be normal sheer tights that anyone might wear. Though they seem normal to others, they’re actually lined with soft fabric to keep you warm. 

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Ro Oberdick
Ro Oberdick, Staff Writer
I'm Ro, and I'm a junior. This is my second year as a staff writer for Harvester News, and I look forward to sharing my stories!

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