Cause your Hot and then your Cold…

Florida is the most confusing state. One minute the weather is 50 degrees and then the next minute the weather is back at 80 degrees. Floridians really have no clue how to dress for the cold. So when that ONE random day hits in the low 50’s every Floridian freaks out and brings out the ugly Uggs and ski jackets.

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First things first, its only 50 degrees. Leave the ski jackets, Uggs, and long johns in your closet, there really is no need for that unless it’s snowing. Second, have you ever heard of something called layering? With the weird cold weather Florida gets, your best bet is to layer up. Third, OMGTRENDS will repeat this again, stop trying to make Uggs a fashion statement, that was so middle school.

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Layering is cute, easy and keeps you warm. Florida has the perfect weather for layering. When you wake up in the morning it’s probably going to be the coldest of the day. Your going to want to wear a long sleeve shirt or sweater, jacket, and maybe a scarf. During the day it gets warmer, but it’s still chilly. So you take of the jacket and you are left with a long sleeve shirt or sweater and scarf, this still keeps you warms. And finally at night when the temperature drops again, you add the jacket back on and your warm again.

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Lets not forget how to layer the bottom half of your body. You can either wear pants or jeans with cute boots or go with tights and a cute winter skirt or shorts with boots or boots with a heel.Β Layering is a pretty basic and easy logic that every Floridian needs to learn and use.

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