Through the winter our skin is exposed to cold weather and wind which tends to dry out our skin. So,...
The cold always bothers me anyway.
Remember ladies, it's not as relaxed as it might seem. Shopping for holiday sales and scores is an athletic event too, and you need just the right uniform.
Winter gets a bad rap. Granted it does have its flaws: blizzards, Uggs, perpetual runny noses, and pale skin complexions. These negatives aside, there are so many wonderful wonders to winter: pets in sweaters, hot chocolate, Christmas trees, Hanukah bushes, and many, many other holiday treats!
Shockingly, even celebs get cold. Yep, that's right! Your favorite celebs get cold. They shiver and they chatter their teeth and they sometimes go out of the house with wet hair and regret doing that when their bangs freeze (Okay...maybe that was only me. One time. Lesson learned).
I know it's only June and the dog days of summer have just barely started, but it was 99 degrees here yesterday and after lugging my million-pound air conditioner up 3 flights of stairs, there is nothing I wanted more than the 10 feet of snow that seemed to pile up every other day this past winter.
Winter is in full swing. Whether you’re dealing with icy wind, slushy streets, or ceaseless snowfall, every college girl knows that winter weather means adjusting our wardrobes. Bundling up in style, however, can present a variety of challenges – from finding cute and cozy layers, to worst of all, looking lumpy and frumpy.
It's officially brrrr-it's-so-cold-I-can-feel-it-inside outside, at least where I am. When I got dressed this morning, I piled on tights, leggings, thick socks and legwarmers before heading out the door - and that was just for my legs. Really, I just wanted to dive back under the covers and hibernate. For the next three months.
As of next week it's officially winter. For those of you that have been piling on layers of clothing already, this will come as no surprise. You've already been wrapping the scarves around your neck, putting on a hat while praying you don't get horrendous hat hair and crawling around every morning looking for that second mitten (while wondering aloud why they don't make those mitten clips for anyone over the age of 6).
Whether you're buying yourself a post-exam present or looking to put something on your list for Santa (with exact color, size and style....you don't want him to get it wrong, do you?) boots should be high on your list. Temperatures are dropping, the snow is starting to fall and your toes are starting to get cold.
I'm a huge fan of dresses. They're feminine, comfortable and instantly make you dressed up, even if you just rolled out of bed. But despite my dress devotion, the colder it gets outside, the less inclined I am to actually wear one. Or at least, that's how it used to be.
While it might seem tempting to stay curled up in bed and hibernate as the temperature starts to drop, it's getting to that time of year when you probably can't afford to be skipping class. Yes, you might of realized this and reluctantly headed to class in what you consider your comfiest outfit ever (read: sweats and Uggs).
This week I have been pretty ticked off about, I don't know, everything? I'd like to blame my new birth control but who knows? It could just be the weather or the fact that I fell on my face in front of about thirty people the other night when I attempted to drunkenly pounce someone and now my knee really, really hurts and I'm cranky.