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Senior fall fashion

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Senior fall fashion

Senior Alivia Hicks rocks an olive green sweater and black ripped jeans. She brings the look together with a black belt with a silver buckle, which creates a put-together outfit.

Senior Alivia Hicks rocks an olive green sweater and black ripped jeans. She brings the look together with a black belt with a silver buckle, which creates a put-together outfit.

Senior Alivia Hicks rocks an olive green sweater and black ripped jeans. She brings the look together with a black belt with a silver buckle, which creates a put-together outfit.

Senior Alivia Hicks rocks an olive green sweater and black ripped jeans. She brings the look together with a black belt with a silver buckle, which creates a put-together outfit.

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It’s fall, y’all. Every year as the weather cools, a similar fall trend emerges. From sweaters and sweatshirts to flannel, girls like to pair any fall outfit with ripped jeans. Considering that ripped jeans are perfect for mild fall weather, they serve to be a recurring fashion trend.

“(Ripped jeans) are perfect for fall because they have holes to stay cool, but they’re warmer than shorts,” Elizabeth Kitley said.

In 2018, fall fashion was officially underway later than average; however, falling temperatures later than expected finally provided a transition to the new season.

“I’m happy that it’s finally fall after the horrible weather we had with hurricane Michael,” Audrey Gray said.

Whether you prefer a style of comfort or a style of trend, there are many ways to be creative with fall wardrobes.

During Landon Clary’s trip to Guatemala, he purchased a warm poncho to wear during the cold months.

“Ever since the weather has cooled down, I’ve been waiting to break (my poncho) out and try something new,” Clary said.

While it has still been warm outside until just recently, students continue to layer up due to the air conditioning in school.

“A lot of people are just trying to stay warm,” Sara Dawkins said. “We still have air conditioning running in the school, so my choice in fall fashion is layering sweaters and jackets.”

Alivia Hicks likes to find bargains on fall trends at Target or American Eagle.

“I like finding new styles that are cheap,” Hicks said.

Dawkins agrees.

“I shop at a lot of vintage and thrift stores,” Dawkins said.

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