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Fashion: Best Winter Warmers

Just when we began to look forward to spring clothes and warmer weather, reality hits us. It’s still cold outside and it doesn’t look like it wants to let up anytime soon! If you can’t beat it, then embrace the freezing temperatures with a selection of the best and coziest winter warmers that keep you feeling toasty and looking stylish to boot! Keeping warm doesn’t mean you have to bundle up so much you look like the Michelin Man. Check out our picks on the chicest ways to stay warm - indoors or out side!


Keeping it warm!Keeping it warm!

Warm Weather Chic

So how do you keep warm while still being fashionable? Pick separates that have an interesting knit texture, faux fur detail and fleece lining. Some of the most unexpected items might come in a knit pattern - a cute Fairisle print skirt, a cable-knit bag, faux-fur lined boots and Miley Cyrus designed sweater leggings from WalMart. If you’re braving the weather with a dress or skirt, pair it with some delightfully warm cable knit tights in an unexpected oatmeal color like the pair below from Modcloth.com! With such cozy separates, you might be in danger of overheating instead!


Cold Winter Nights!

There’s nothing better than coming on a cold winter’s night and getting into a super fluffy and warm pair of pajamas and a robe! Throw in some furry slippers and you’re all set for a night in sipping hot chocolate and watching episodes of Glee or Vampire Diaries! Rachel Berry would approve!


The Ultimate Warmers

When you’re all bundled up and still feel a bit chilly, it’s time to bring out the furry blanket and the hot water bottle (and cute knit cover!). We can’t imagine not being blissfully warm under this soft blanket! Just add one cup of hot chocolate!


Furry pink blanket, $13, from Target.comFurry pink blanket, $13, from Target.com
Cath Kidston Hot Water Bottle Cover, cathkidston.comCath Kidston Hot Water Bottle Cover, cathkidston.com
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What's Your Must-Have Winter Accessory?

  • Mittens and gloves.
  • A scarf to wrap around me.
  • A beanie or toque.
  • Furry boots.

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JazzyRox
JazzyRox posted in Family Issues:
hi! this is "blonde"! i dont really care about this post and its not that offensive to me! i am trying to care about what others think and TBH i do....untill it comes to electronics...idk why but i dont really do well without electronics. i have good habits that include waiting untill 3:00 PM to get on screens and getting chores done before i get on screens, im much more...well....social than my sister (ill just call her "Red" xD) Red. plus im only 10. i probably will get better at habits when im older. P.S wow rainbowpoptart i dont think our pics are exactly the same xD
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Always wears black so not much of a style 
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Kirsti
Kirsti posted in Style:
Your style is simply whatever you want to wear! Just wear whatever feels comfortable, or whatever you think looks good, and it is your style (: It doesn't matter if it's not entirely individual and unique, as long as it's what you feel happy wearing.
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Kirsti
Kirsti posted in Family Issues:
I love both my parents equally, but I prefer to spend time with my dad. My father works abroad so I see him a lot less than my mother, but it means that when I see him it feels more special :3 
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Kirsti
Kirsti posted in Family Issues:
To be honest, this is probably just something you have to bear. I know that sometimes relatives can be irritating, but they only visit often because they care about you and want to see you (: Unless there is a real reason you don't want them to visit - for example, if they are unkind to you - then you should just endure it.  Or you could mention it to your parents and see if they can sort it out? This is something lots of kids have to deal with, me included, and it's just part of life! You are lucky to have grandparents who care about you so much c:
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