Fashion

As fall and cold weather starts to kick in, students prepare

Mariam Yousafi

Staff Writer

      From crop tops, and high wasted shorts to boots and leather jackets, students slowly make their way to prepare for the upcoming cold weather.

    From the different types of fabric to the different types of jackets,  a noticeable amount of students have been wearing cardigans rather than sweaters, cashmere rather than polyester, and cotton over nylon in many brand name stores such as Hollister, American Eagle, and many others.

    “Cashmere sweaters are the best for the cold days, its soft and cute,” sophomore, Jasmine Thind, said.

    From the different types of warm shoes that are available to wear, students now a days have switched from hipster moccasins to warm and cozy uggs. They might have gone away for a while, but its that time of year again where everyone wants to be warm and comfy.

   “Uggs have been my favorite shoes for the winter because it’s so cozy,”  sophomore Sahar Razawi said.

 Senior Namrita Nigam wearing a Cashmere sweater and leggings with ugg boots in AHS. “ My favorite cozy outfit,” Nigam said. To students, cozy outfits like these motivate them to come to school
Senior Namrita Nigam wearing a Cashmere sweater and leggings with ugg boots in AHS. “ My favorite cozy outfit,” Nigam said. To students, cozy outfits like these motivate them to come to school

Students these days rather be comfortable then wear jeans. Leggings have slowly made their way to the top. As for sweats, it seems fewer and fewer students wear them where yoga pants replace them.

    “Yoga pants are less baggy and more suitable which is why their popular,” sophomore Emily Leal Perez said.

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