Natty Nittany: Fall Fashion 2014
The weather is starting to get more mild in Happy Valley as the calendar approaches autumn. For those of you who showed up to class covered in sweat for the first few weeks of classes, this chill comes as a relief — you can finally make friends! For the rest of us, though, the weather poses a dilemma. How can we dress glam and stay warm at the same time?
We took to campus to find out. Now presenting, Natty Nittany: Fall Fashion 2014.
Chelsea Capps’ floral leggings add a nice pop to a fall classic. Also, I bet she’s secretly really comfortable.
Ebony Price looked so namaste in a skirt that was only $2.00 at Goodwill! The best part is it’s cooler than pants and warmer than shorts.
Jade Merrills’ bow is actually a vintage scarf! If you’re all bundled up it’s nice to have a fancy accessory.
Ally Gilmore couldn’t remember where she bought her boots, but they were really pretty.
Klataboa King’s white sweater looked so comfy but glam at the same time.
Jordan Laporta rocking the giant sweater and cute boots.
Close up of her necklace, which was her grandmother’s.
Samantha Williams’ shoes are from Journeys, but her cool hair is all her own.
Ramon Abascal was looking fashionable and warm in a gap sweater.
Josh Keilholtz did not buy those flowers for me, but I wish he did. His pants were on sale at the Express outlet, and he got his bow tie at a thrift store.
Anitha Ahmed’s whole look was on point. Special shout out to her pants, which she got at Forever 21!
So, don’t give up on fashion just because the first weeks of school are over, and it’s getting colder out. There’s plenty of opportunities to continue being stylish. Or, if that’s not your bag, wear your pajamas to class and just simply admire these people for their effort.
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