Although there is snow on the ground, and temperatures have dropped, students are still putting their best fashion foot forward this season.
Kelis Ward, a freshman psychology major, said her go-to outfit for this winter season involves jeans, a sweater, and Doc Marten boots.
“Docs are my favorite shoes to wear during this time,” Ward said. “I love fluffy sweaters. They’re comfortable when I’m walking from class to class.”
Some brands are bringing back the lowriders, knee-high boots, and fluffy hats to the forefront. Brands like H&M are selling turtlenecks and blouses at prices that range from $20-$50.
White is the color of this winter season and can be found in many clothing items from blazers to pants, Harper’s Bazaar said.
Some students embrace the color white.
“I usually wear mute colors,” Timothy Dziekan, a junior political science major, said. “So, nothing super flashy.”
For other students, they choose darker colors.
“I wear anything dark black, green, or navy,” Ward said.
UGG footwear is making a comeback this season.
“I wear Uggs, my worn-out Uggs,” Lorren Melendez, a freshman accounting major, said. “In the winter, I mainly wear all black with my Uggs.”
Students recommend not to wear shoes this season that could get dirty.
“I wouldn’t wear Converse and stuff like that,” Ward said. “I wouldn’t wear shoes that mess up easily.”
According to Bustle , the best footwear for winter include the oxford loafers, furry kicks, and all-around weather boots.
Even though it is winter, students are still accessorizing.
“I’ve got a red beanie that I’ll wear if it’s wicked cold,” Dziekan said. “Along with some nice black gloves.”
Vogue’s New Year 2022 installment talks about all of this year’s trends. The hottest trend of the new season is all about necklaces and rings, which Ward said are her favorite accessories.
Other students choose to bundle up with accessories for the winter season.
“I can’t leave without leg warmers,” Ward said. “They are too comfortable.”
Gloves are also an essential warm accessory for winter. Brands like North Face Isotoner, and Old Navy have gloves for affordable prices.
For some, their favorite accessory is more sentimental and nostalgic.
“The piece I can’t live without is my necklace with my grandparents’ names engraved,” Melendez said.
Trends move forward and fashion follows, and the Seton Hall students continue to showcase their winter apparel.
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