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Fashionista NOW: 12 Ways To Wear Snowflake Prints Fashion Inspiration

Credit | Elizabeth Jin

‘Tis the season to be sporting snowflakes in your wardrobe. Let’s find out how to wear the snowflake print trend whilst December’s still here.

There is no reason not to wear snowflake patterned clothing when we’re smacked in the middle of December. Although there has never been snow here in Malaysia, it should be noted that patterns on clothing does not have to reflect the present reality especially when there are people whose wardrobes consist of unicorns.

If you’ve ever wondered if it’s ever too much to wear a garment that’s decorated in snowflakes in a place that is devoid of snow, the answer has never been this clear. Fashion is for the lighthearted. If you like it, wear it! But first, be warned that one of the first few things you’d hoard if you are the kind to go mental over specific trends are sweaters (or jumpers) that flaunt every style and color of snowflake you can ever imagine.

The Snowflakes’ Basic Info

Facts on snowflakes to plant our feet back in reality before we feast upon outfit ideas that feature them:

  • Just like the human fingerprint, no two snowflakes are ever the same. There is, however, a consistency in its structural design in that each snowflake has six sides. Water molecules are responsible for the six-sided shape.
  • Snowflakes are not frozen raindrops – they are formed inside of clouds from condensed water vapor.
  • The shape of a snowflake is influenced by temperature and humidity. A snowflake gets more complex in design (with many branches) when the temperature nears freezing point or zero degree in Celsius. Extreme cold temperature will have snowflakes appear in a fine powdery form that is much simpler in design (needle-like).
  • A snowflake is colorless. The snow’s white appearance is the result of sunlight being absorbed by the snow.

The Snow Poem

A short poem about snow that I quite enjoy very much by an American poet, Frederick Seidel:

Snow is what it does.
It falls and it stays and it goes.
It melts and it is here somewhere.
We all will get there.

Without further ado, here are 12 cool ways to wear the snowflake prints this season featuring fluffy snow patterned sweaters and pants:

| Hannah

Little Snowflake

| Kara

Christmas Sweater

| Carina

Blackfive #17

| blueberrylexie


| Karida Novalika Pujiono

CHristmas Jumper Snowflake

| feelgood35

American Eagle Outfitters Sweater Weather Fashion

| mrshellokitty0924

White and yellow

| Sonya


| Kristen K.

Untitled #1024

| mihai-theodora

Untitled #1815

| emmafazekas

Are you chilly?

| M.

So, which one’s your favorite snowflake-centered outfit? Share below and let us know!

“The snow itself is lonely or, if you prefer, self-sufficient. There is no other time when the whole world seems composed of one thing and one thing only.”Joseph Wood Krutch

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