In this series, Stout students show off their skill mastered by the sequence of snow, blistering winds, and below-zero temps which is called dressing like an onion. In layers.
Stout equips its students with laptops, textbooks, living space, and much more, but one thing students need to discern for themselves is how to dress when the temps drop.
In part one, we learned from Christine that we can never have to much flannel. Keep reading if you want to read the 2nd installment…
This is Francis. He’s a senior studying Human Development and Family Studies. (HDFS)
In the picture before this, he was DOUBLE GLOVING. Keep your fingers warm. Check out those mis-matched gloves. That’s original…even if a 9 year old is still looking for their other glove.
This eighties inspired jacket, sporting neon blue and pink, will catch people’s eye, but also keep out the cold winds.
INSIDE POCKETS? Yes. These are great for hiding your Cheez-Its, your StoutOne card, and even a muffin from the MSC.
You’re not going to want that jacket on during class or else you’ll end up a little uncomfortable. Leave on that plaid button-up for an added touch of warmth and fashion. Warmth is more important, remember.
Maybe you have a gym class. You won’t want that plaid confining your body from its natural tendencies.
Francis likes to rock the infamous “man-bun,” but today he went with the “Ronnie van Zant.” You can always cover up bad hair days with hats, thank goodness! Where would we all be without hats?
Part two is coming soon…