Winter Street Style: Fighting the Cold at Ryerson

Charlotte Claytor, Fashion Design, First-year

What are your winter layering tips? “I usually wear sweaters and shirts, so I have a sweater and then a sweater on top of the sweater, jacket, scarf. I usually also have mitts, but I lost them the other day.”


Nicole Ruddy, Business Management, Third-year

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What are your winter layering tips? I guess thermals, scarves, and mitts. Sometimes I wear tights under my jeans when it gets really cold.”

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Loren SanCartier, English, Second-year

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What are your winter layering tips? “Definitely wool at the bottom, never cotton because it makes you sweat and it makes you colder.”

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Madelyn Silla, Graphics Communications Management, Second-year

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What are your winter layering tips? “I always wear a scarf and then if it really cold I wear a pair of tights underneath my jeans.”

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Betty Totah, Early Childhood Studies, Fourth-year

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What are your winter layering tips? “I wear a lot of sweaters, a lot of cozy sweaters, scarf, hat, socks.”

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Kemeisha McDonald, Journalism, Third-year

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What are your winter layering tips? “If it is really cold, [I wear] double tights, always have at least two layers of sweaters, always have a pair of mitts. Accessorizing in winter will keep you warm.”

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Kevin Yucor, Sociology, First-year

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What are your winter layering tips? “[I like] colour-coordinated outfits, neutral colours that go with everything. I layer a lot. I wear beige, green; I like black and white [winter clothes].”

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Ayanle Omar, Arts and Contemporary Studies, Second-year

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What are your winter layering tips?” “Zip-up sweater, tee, and jacket. That is how I keep layering.”

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