CM’s 2011 Guide To Winter Wear

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When your 7 a.m. alarm sounds on a chilly November morning, staying under the covers is sometimes easier than heading to class.  The dreaded walk through campus in cold and icy conditions often results in a poor attendance record during the winter months.

Fortunately, plenty of outerwear options exist to make your commute more pleasant.  Check out this list of coats, hats, and gloves to help you face the elements and get to class:

For the girls:

1.) American Eagle Marled Loop Scarf

Try a loop scarf– it stays put in windy weather.

2.) Etsy Mustard Boho Crochet Headband/Headwrap

Etsy sells cute (and handmade!) crocheted headbands.

3.) Hunter 'Corwin' Boot

Hunter doesn’t just make rain boots.

4.) J. Crew Puffer Jacket

The puffer coat is practical and stylish.

5.) The North Face Women's Denali Thermal Glove

 Soft and fuzzy gloves by The North Face.

For the Guys:

1.) The North Face Men's Condor Triclimate Jacket


The most popular coat on campus.

2.) Volcom Grad Jacket

Keep it professional in a classic jacket.

3.) Patagonia Men's Synchilla Marsupial 

Layer this half-zip by Patagonia under your coat.

4.) The North Face Bones Beanie

Another popular winter accessory by The North Face.

5.) Columbia Ascender II Glove

Gloves by Columbia for the chilliest days.

Photo: by Inhabit

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