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  When it gets too cold, there comes a point where everyone is dressed the same: massive puffy jackets, jeans, beanies, boots, and scarves. It becomes difficult to differentiate one person from the next because they’re all dressed in such a similar way.

  However, fall and winter in Southern California are very different in comparison to a majority of the country. In some particularly cold places, temperatures can reach as low as two degrees Fahrenheit. Thankfully, temperatures rarely get anywhere near that level here. The lowest temperatures here tend to be around fifty degrees Fahrenheit.

  This is quite advantageous for us Southern Californians; it’s a lot easier to dress freely and expressively without having to worry about freezing because a light jacket just didn’t cut it.

  The weather allows for much more individuality, because one isn’t confined to just dressing for warmth. A light sweater is perfectly fine on some days, as would be a windbreaker or flannel.

  That said, embrace the mild fall and winter weather. We don’t get snow, but we get something even better: flexible seasonal fashion.

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