Your woes of waking up every morning and confused what to wear to college is now simplified with these tips.
Going to college is stressful. You’re almost ‘adulting’, thanks to career choices and pocket money management. Leaving behind your school uniform only adds to the stress and yes! deciding on outfits every morning is the worse. How can you look cute without trying hard? Master it with these tips.
When you’re fabulous yet lazy pick a pair of crisp trousers, match them with a white tee and sneakers. Wear a matching blazer to jazz things up.
Old White T-shirt
Wear any plain T-shirt, high-rise jeans, and sneakers – then, add a touch of sparkle around the neck. A rhinestone-covered statement necklace will pull your entire look together.
With early morning classes you dress up and hurry to college. Trendy athleisures like leggings with cutouts and quilted bomber jackets will make you look very stylish yet comfortable.
This look is good for party/dinner/night outs and everything college life throws at you. Tie a bright jacket around a T-shirt dress only because it looks cool, then wear boots and statement earrings. A swipe of red lipstick makes it look like you actually tried, even if you didn’t.
Every girl should own some neutrals. Pair the neutral with hue, white, denim, gold, pretty much anything. Perfect outfit for the campus.
Having Printed or Designer Pants is a must
You’ll need classy clothes for internships, job fairs etc. A pair of sleek plaid trousers can go with a simple sweater and heels with a crop top and sneakers. This looks for formal and casual
Long Length Dresses
Straight fit or pencil fit dress that flatters your figure should suffice. It does not need to be black!
Most girls find it easy and comfy to wear Kurtis with jeans or palazzo. This is widely accepted in colleges.
Slip on Sneakers
We mostly end up not wearing sneakers because we’re lazy, hence slip ons to the rescue.
Closed Toe Footwear
While a pair of sandals is easy, breezy and monsoon-friendly, closed toe shoes are more formal and polished
Accessories is always the bare minimum in college life. If your style is more laid back, go for a backpack, and if your style leans towards chic, then a tote will match most of your outfits. Go for waterproof fabric with sufficient space for your snacks and lunch boxes. If you don’t have much to carry then you can go with a sling bag carry your books in hand.
Long Hoops. Single stone swaroski studs and watches go for every outfit and are also very handy.
— The writer is a celebrity designer for Sandalwood