Being a college student on a budget is no fun when getting ready in the morning. You don’t need an entirely new wardrobe to make this part of getting ready easy. With these five pieces, you’ll be able to stay stylish yet comfortable in college.
When you have those early morning classes and leave the house in a dress and sandals, you’ll wish you had a jacket. Throw on a classic jean or leather jacket over any ensemble, and you have yourself an easy outfit to put together day after day. Switch it up by wearing different tops and bottoms with the same jacket throughout the week. Once the morning fog clears up, you can decide to keep it on or take it off. The more options, the better.
If your classes start in the afternoon, the sun is out and shining brightly. On days like this throw on a dress, put your hair into a bun, and head out the door. The great thing about dresses is that you don’t have to worry about pairing it with another piece of clothing. Plus it will take less time for you to get ready which is always a plus.
When we wake up late and don’t have enough time to do our hair, wearing a hat is a nice cover up. Throw on a nice baseball cap for a casual look or a fedora for a chicer look. People will notice the slight change in a positive way and might even compliment you on your bold accessorizing.
If you have those mandatory night classes, a sweater is a perfect thing to thrown on. You can wear them with any piece of clothing like jeans, shorts, skirts, and so forth. Sweaters come in all types of colors, textures, and even some eye-catching designs. Wearing a sweater that has a cool saying is an excellent way to express your personality as well.
Sneakers are essential for school as you’re walking around campus all day and sometimes even all night. Swap out those summer sandals for a nice pair of comfortable sneakers. Those brisk walks to class are made easy, and if you style them right, you’ll be the epitome of casual chic.
Just because we’re college students doesn’t mean we have to forget about our appearance. Instead of grabbing your sweatpants, put on a pair of jeans and start looking presentable in class. The better you look, the better you’ll perform.