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As a college freshman, it can be difficult to know exactly what to bring. Especially when it comes to clothing. You have to consider not only the weather, but also a fresh start.
I came up with a list of tips to keep in mind the culture of Gonzaga University and the weather in Spokane.
GU students represent many styles. Nothing is dominant. However, a few trends stand out on campus, including flannel, baggy jeans, oversized crewnecks, and crop tops. Mix and match rings, gold hoop earrings and dainty necklaces are also popular. If any of these items stand out, be sure to bring them.
For new style inspiration, visit Pinterest or shop on Instagram. Start your search with keywords like cottagecore, academia, skater, boho chic, and casual.
Of course, spiritwear is also popular, especially for those interested in school sports.Zag Shop has a lot of clothing, but you can also get event merchandise, often for free.
School officially starts on August 30th and ends on May 12th, so you can experience all four seasons. Therefore, the clothes you pack should reflect that.
In Spokane, September averages a high of 75 degrees and a low of 51 degrees. Towards the beginning of the month, it could still be in his 80s high, and the low could drop in his 40s later.
At this time of year, the combination of classic shorts and a T-shirt is unbeatable. However, if you’re from a warmer climate like California, it’s a good idea to wear a pullover at night. increase.
Wearing a hat and sunglasses is fine. Most of the month will be sunny.
Spokane is in the Inland Northwest, but clothing styles match the Pacific Northwest. Outdoor enthusiasts should bring their gear, as there are several places to hike, swim, ski, kayak, and paddleboard. please.
Brands like Patagonia, Pendleton, Fjallraven, Carhartt, Columbia, Merrell and The North Face are hugely popular with locals, so if you want to follow in their footsteps, this is a great place to start.
It won’t be hot for a while, so please wear warm clothes. Also, consider how often you go home. Because you can always bring clothes home and bring more to school throughout the year.
Winter clothes are essential during the cold months of November to February. Sunny days are in the high 30s, with occasional cold spells dropping temperatures below 20s. There is usually a bit of wind as well.
Consider bringing beanies, sweaters, warm pants, boots, button-ups and ski jackets. Lace-up boots from Ugg, puffers from The North Face, and beanies from Carhartt are always safe bets.
With so much to do in the Spokane area, a versatile closet is a must. Outdoor activities aside, there are cosmic bowling, raves, concerts, machete throwing, and multiple shops for everything from plants to clothing. Therefore, a night out on the town or at a party may require some fun outfits.
It is recommended that you bring at least one professional attire apart from your regular attire. If you’re attending a job fair, interviewing for a job off-campus, or doing an internship, you may wish you had something. Last minute shopping is too stressful.
There are countless places to shop, so don’t worry if all your clothes don’t fit in your suitcase. From Value Village to Nordstrom, Spokane has almost everything.
If you like thrift, we recommend stopping by the Global Neighborhood Thrift, NWC Thrift Store and The Arc Thrift Store. If you prefer name-brand stores and boutiques, take a walk downtown. That’s where most of them are.
These clothing tips made the first year a little easier.