With 2017 coming to a close, many of us are scrambling to wrap up the year on a positive note (or, we’re scrambling to wrap up those last-minute Christmas gifts).
When it comes to setting attainable fashion goals for the new year, we can think of many things we’d like to try. But, during the first week of school, we walk around campus looking like GQ models and by late-January, we look like Shia Lebouf circa 2014. Yikes.
Our goals are short-lived because of, well, convenience…
But, if you’re looking for quick and easy ways to maintain your fashion GPA well into the new year, fret not.
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite go-to’s for the chilliest season. Many of which, are perfect for shaking up a plain t-shirt or a pair of jeans.
NOTE: We picked all this gear up at our local Topshop Topman.
Seana, Research and Project Manager
Toss this Camouflage Shacket on with a cute winter beanie and some black jeans. Easy.
Katherine, Director of Projects
For the not-as-cold days, Topshop has a bunch of Faux Leather Jackets. Some even have neat faux-fur detailing.
Ceylan, Account Manager
A MOTO Oversized Borg Jacket. It’s like a denim jacket. But warmer.
Sam, Communications Coordinator
MOTO Ripped Mom Jeans. You can wear these with anything. Seriously.
Laura, Communications Manager
Something a little funkier. A Velvet Pinafore Dress. Pair it with a black turtleneck and maybe some black boots.
Jared, Graphic Designer and Animator
Things that go well with grey jackets: blue jeans, black jeans, edgy leather gloves.
Ryan, Communications Director
Ryan’s rocked a Borg Collar Check jacket as long as we’ve all known him. Beard not included.
Water-resistant jackets are your saving grace during those winter-wonderland spells. You’ll also usually catch him in a burgundy button-down.
Chris, Communications Manager
Peacoats. They’re timeless.
Happy holidays from the SLN staff!
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