Abigail Krummen is a sophomore double-majoring in English and Communications…
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If you’re from the cold, you know how it is…
You chose to go to college somewhere warm so you could leave your icemelt-stained Uggs, faded winter puffer coat, gloves, pom-pom hats, fleece leggings (yes, my Southern Belle, those are a thing!), and wool socks at home. Less fabric, more storage space. Which means more clothes! And who doesn’t want that?
You’ve had a blast expanding your closet. You’ve bought dresses, high waisted shorts, crop tops, tops that shouldn’t be called tops, shoes, accessories, belts, everything. You never thought you’d need that one pair of heavy-duty jeans at home… Until you experience your first coldfront.
As a Northerner, I’ve seen it all. Floridians lose their minds when it hits 65. They think they need a Canada Goose parka. If only they knew that up North, my friends and I were wearing running shorts and oversized tees to celebrate 65 degrees…
I’ve assembled what I call the “Southern Midwesterner” look. It’s completely coldfront-proof.
A white cropped tee for West Coast vibes, dark burgundy ripped skinny jeans to match a Midwest color palette, white Doc Martens, and a matching burgundy scrunchie.
You’ve done it! You’re now warm enough to survive the day-long coldfront.
Get my look
- White Cropped Tee | American Eagle Outfitters ($22 USD)
- Ripped Burgundy Skinny Jeans | Southern Alternative ($55 USD)
- Doc Martens | Dr. Martens ($140 USD)
- Scrunchie | Forever 21 ($5 USD)
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