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Freezing? Beat the cold stylishly…

Here are some things that you might do during school so that you don’t get cold, while still looking trendy this Fall:
–WEAR FINGERLESS GLOVES.
Not only will they kept your hands warm, but your
fingers won’t
feel constricted. Fingerless gloves are good for typing an essay, and can help the artist in need! They also help stop shaking fingers so you can stop thinking about how cold the classroom is. Not only are they warm, they’re also easy to make if you don’t want to buy them. Sites on youtube can show you how.
–MAKE YOUR LOCKER A “BACK-UP HEAT STATION.”
Sometimes a classroom, or the school itself, can be pretty cold, but there you find yourself in your short-sleeve shirt. Keeping a sweater and a scarf in your locker can make a big difference; that sweater will also be there when you go outside for gym when it’s cold and the uniforms we have don’t help much. If you forget your sweater, a scarf can do the same job.
Keep in mind that a nice warm sweater is a good quality sweater. This is usually the kind with a zipper or a cardigan sweater, maybe not the one you got for Christmas, but something light, comfy and warm. A fleece or acrylic sweater is something you might try to find. Acrylic is for fabric, not just paint, and according to wiseGEEK, acrylic fabric is a good substitute for wool.
So students get out there and get ready for the cold we must face. Cold hands aren’t great hands and trying to keep warm without the right clothes just isn’t practical.

Keep in mind that a nice warm sweater is a good quality sweater. This is usually the kind with a zipper or a cardigan sweater, maybe not the one you got for Christmas, but something light, comfy andwarm. A fleece or acrylic sweater is something you might try to find. Acrylic is for fabric, not just paint, and according to wiseGEEK, acrylic fabric is a good substitute for wool.

So students get out there and get ready for the cold we must face. Cold hands aren’t great hands and trying to keep warm without the right clothes just isn’t practical.
Photos: Jessica Ibarra and Zoriada Huerta

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