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Monday May 20th

Campus Style: Layering Guide

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By Danielle Silvia

Between gloomy, brisk weather and sporadic 80-degree days, figuring out what to wear in the spring can be complicated. How do you plan out an outfit that keeps you warm during a frigid morning but won’t make you overheat later in the day? Luckily, there’s an easy fix — layer with pieces that can be worn for every season.

  1. Rompers. Rompers are definitely in style for both spring and summer. Not only are they easy to dress up or dress down, but they can be worn in nearly every type of weather. If the weather is chilly, grab a cardigan or light sweater to keep your shoulders warm. Pair solid color rompers with patterned cardigans or vice versa to strike a balance. If the weather is warm, break out your sandals and summer hats.

  2. Jumpsuits. Jumpsuits can fit the the mood of practically any occasion. They are perfect for dressy and low-key occasions in both the summer and spring. For added detail, wear a belt and matching jewelry like a layered necklace. In the summer, wear toe rings or ankle bracelets.

  3. Overalls. Overalls are truly a fashion statement that will never die out. They are great for barbecues and other outdoor events because they are relaxed but put together. Overalls come in all sorts of styles such as denim or khaki, so try all different types to see which goes best with your personality. When it’s cloudy, wear a light sweater or long-sleeved shirt to keep warm.


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