It’s ALL about the layers

We can’t control the weather but we can control giving you some tips for when the temperature drops and you start layering it on to warm yourself up.

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Outfit Idea #1: Fall Football Game

Football season is almost over, so make your last outfit a good one. Riffraff’s checked out plaid vest will keep you cozy and warm. Great for the outdoor’s or the indoor’s. Complete your look with our black seychelles: lounge bootie! Shop it here!

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Outfit Idea #2: Thanksgiving Dinner

Whether its friendsgiving or thanksgiving dinner with your family, this is the perfect outfit where chic meets comfy. You could even pair it with Riffraff’s city blackout midi skirt if you wanted to dress it up even more. Shop it here!

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Outfit #3: Girl’s Night Out

Riffraff’s simple as this oversized cardigan in navy goes with just about anything. But we personally love it with this plaid top and layered up with necklaces. You could also add one of our frasier sterling chokers. For a laid back girls’s night you could dress this outfit down easily with skinny jeans and some sneakers. Shop it here!

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Stay warm, ladies.

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Written by Makenzie Kurre, Fall 2016 Creative Intern

’TIS THE SEASON TO BE THANKFUL

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We’re one week closer to Thanksgiving and around here we’re thankful for all kinds of things. Whether it be your favorite food or the way your butt looks in your flare jeans, think about what you’re thankful for. Ask your friends and spread the cheer. We have so much to be thankful for!

Here’s a few from the Riffraff HQ gals:

We’re thankful for….

 “chips and salsa” -Alex Bodishbaugh

 “puppies” -Kelsey Sugg

 “music festivals” -Kennedy Crum

 “sweater weather” -Emma Donart

 “Netflix” -Maddy Holmes

 “bubble baths” -Ashlyn Cook

 “chick fil A” -Sarah Erlinger

 “Target” -Aryn Merritt

 “flare jeans” -Makenize Kurre

 “meme culture” -Kirsten Blowers

 “McDonald’s” -Adrienne Frazier

 “my parking pass..so I can stop adding to my parking ticket collection” -Stephanie Griffith

Written by Kate Bailey, Fall 2016 Creative Intern