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What Everyone Will Be Wearing for Winter 2019/2020

By: Chelsea Evic

Just like that, fall is drifting away as we near towards the end of November. Nights are getting longer, leaves are disappearing and the mornings and nights are becoming more frigid. But don’t fret, in the world of fashion the change of a season means new styles, colors, patterns and accessories to try! If you’re looking to indulge in some new winter fashion trends, look no further.


Puffy Headbands

The Trend Spotter

Quarter Zip Sweaters

Refinery 29

Pearl Hoops

SUGARFIX by BaubleBar

Western Inspired Boots

Urban Outfitters

Knee-High Boots

Marc Ellis


Winter Hair Trends

The Curly Bob

Black and Brown Baylage

90s Updos

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