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Natty Nittany: Winter Woes

I know it’s cold, but finding a Natty Nittany is becoming harder than it initially seemed. But thank you to the one person I found walking around in something other then a floor length North Face jacket that looks like something your grandmother owned. Maybe that’s a topic for Friday.

Lindsay did a great job of dealing with the cold and looking great at the same time. If you’re going to wear leggings, why not wear a cute mini with a nice subtle print over them? I would even venture to say, Penn State’s beloved spandex might look good under a fun mini skirt. But who knows? Try it out and send me a picture.

The black and gray foundation of the outfit is highlighted by the fun khaki-colored fitted pea coat and accented by the coordinating black leather boots and bag. And coffee is a must have accessory in college.

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Joe McFetridge

I'm a Junior majoring in Art Education, Ceramics, and Photography. Fashion and style are a huge part of my life, so it makes perfect sense that I'm photographing and writing the Natty Nittany!

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