The IT List: The Ra Ra Sweatshirt

If you’re searching for the perfect winter-to-spring transition gear, look no further! The Ra Ra Sweatshirt has quickly become one of my go-to pieces because it is THE ultimate combination of comfort and style, with an ideal balance between light and heavy. Whether you’re headed to class, grabbing dinner with friends, or going to the big game, you can rock the Ra Ra flawlessly. Dress to impress with the IT List style guide below!

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Mittens: Turtle Fur Women’s Fingerless Mittens | Hats: Backcountry.com Women’s Beanies |Scarves: Forever21 Loose-Knit Infinity Scarves | Leggings, Jeans, Jeggings, Slip-Ons: H&M Jersey Leggings, Skinny Low Jeans, Super Skinny High Jeggings, Slip-Ons | Boots: Ugg Women’s Classic Short | Sneakers: Chuck Taylor Classic Low Tops

Ra Ra Sweatshirt: Check your Barnes & Noble College bookstore website for availability.

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