Cool brisk air sweeping in at 65 degrees, composed with the smell of firewood and christmas trees has finally caught wind and made it’s way to San Marcos, Texas.
A new season is always exciting because I get inspired when it comes to the wardrobe. There are so many opportunities to utilize last seasons finds with new ones. In other words, it’s time to get creative and put together something you’ll look captivating in!
Luckily, for anyone who feels underdressed or unprepared for the Winter season, O’Neill’s House of Fashion, a small boutique located on the square in San Marcos, is there to provide you with all that you may need. O’Neill’s House of Fashion is described as an upscale women’s clothing boutique, where shabby meets fashion. Essentially, it’s the perfect place to go if you need to spice up your attire.
The small boutique is filled with a variety of sweaters, jackets, leggings, winter dresses, and even a bangin’ collection of accessories. If any of you know me well enough, you’d know I’d be checking out the sunglass collection first.
If you have the time this season, or if you need a last minute holiday dress, stop by O’Neill’s and see what you can find that spices up your life. Get creative and have fun!
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Thursday, September 22nd, officially marks the first day of Fall for the calendar year. To celebrate the Fall equinox (when the sun crosses the celestial equator, and day and night are of equal length), we’re going to emphasize the best colors to paint your wardrobe with.
First things first, maroon and gold are the superstars of Fall. Furthermore, they’re Texas State’s official colors, so it’s also the perfect time of the year to show off your school spirit to its best ability. Not only is it perfect for Fall colors, but it’s tailgating season! Due to the nature of the weather and it being football season, maroon, gold, and cream pallets are almost impossible to avoid in all the stores around San Marcos, TX.
Photo: Miranda Ferris
Photo: Emily Ferris
Secondly, fall is the time of the ‘mobile closet’ as I like to call it. By this, I mean it’s layering season (scarves, leggings, hats, button downs, etc)! Living in Texas it’s common to layer your clothing in the cooler months. Typically, it’s freezing in the mornings, and warmer in the afternoons, so it’s common to see people hauling around the jackets and sweaters they were wearing in the morning. No, we’re not intentionally trying to start trends with the sweaters tied around our waists, we’re just trying to regulate our body temperature in the bipolar weather Texas consists of–happy layering!