Wildcat Nation Embraces Fall Fashion: A Colorful Blend of Comfort, Confidence, and Pumpkin Spice


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Fall is here. The leaves are changing color, pumpkin spice is in, and you can see your breath in the mornings. That also means that fall fashion has returned, and at Ukiah High, it is not taken lightly. 

Maleah Walley

Maleah Walley, a senior, explains that she loves fall weather because she can wear “summer and winter clothes at the same time.” She says that she has a lot of fun putting together “unique outfits” with lively colors. Some of her go-to fall pieces include “skirts, tights, long sleeves, jeans, and fun graphic tees. She speaks highly about how she loves to create “new” and innovative outfits within her style. 

Mariah Alvarez

A freshman, Mariah Alvarez says that fall fashion is all about planning your outfits “according to the weather” and “dressing confident” while still being warm. Some staples in her wardrobe are “coats, sweaters, beanies, and boots!” Alvarez says that “fall colors are ideally warm tones,”  but there is no set boundary. 

Selah Clark

Selah Clark, a sophomore, says “I don’t know what my take on it is, I like to be warm in the morning,” a very simple and true take on fall fashion. 

Nattie Pedrotti

Nattie Pedrotti said that her take on fall fashion is “comfortable clothing that actually isn’t very comfortable.” Also, she likes a look that is very clean but cute. She is a freshman.

Jaidyn Sanders

Jaidyn Sanders, a senior, mentioned that she got her inspiration from her mother and that they “always loved to wear knitted sweaters.” She gets extra excited when she has her “pumpkin chai tea latte with pumpkin cold foam and three shots of vanilla.”  

Chloe Harmony
Chloe Harmony
Chloe Harmony is a Freshman and a journalist at Ukiah High School. In her free time, Chloe enjoys reading and dancing. She joined the journalism class because she is interested in writing. Chloe thinks of herself as a vivacious but hard working young woman and is looking forward to writing about athletics and student life.

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