Classes are back in session and the fashion has really kicked into gear on campus. Everyone remembers that first day of school outfit. As a young child, I remember the night before the first day of school; I would lie out my uniform and pack my backpack. Now that I am in college, I'm able to have my freedom in outfit choice, so I choose wisely. The first day of school outfit allows you to be creative. First impressions are everything, so choosing that outfit that expresses individuality, sincerity to professors, and impresses your mates are things that require more than just five minutes before you go to class. I saw this Fashionisto in my first class of the semester.
This Fashionisto really put some strategy into his ensemble. Wearing the college shirt just shows that he is ready to be into the environment of academia. The solely blue ensemble shows that he isn’t trying to be distracting to his counterparts, but he is ready to learn first and chill afterward. His beaded necklace adds color and personality to his outfit. It shows that he does have a lively side, but in the “college” setting, he means business. His Sperry Top-Siders also demonstrate that he is going a little more elite than your average tennis shoe. The hat is also making quite the statement. The Move Makers Snapback by Animal, is the perfect statement piece to go along with his shirt. What great eye-catching pieces to wear while introducing yourself to professors!
Hint: Novelty tees can be appropriate if you wear them in the correct atmosphere. This Fashionisto chooses the appropriate garments for his surroundings. Here's another hint to turning this outfit into a “night out” ensemble: throw a light colored denim jacket to clash with all the similarly colored blues. You could also wear a nice oatmeal or striped cardigan to make this outfit great for meeting a professor at office hours or having dinner with your crush. Also, try matching your shoes with your accessories. If you have mutli-colored jewelry, like this Fashionisto, sport a pair of patterned or bright red shoes. It would add more of a risk-taking statement, rather than the subtley of this Fashionisto's shoes. Remember your outfit is the first thing people see, make it say something!