During the first weeks of a new semester you are always meeting new people. Among these people are often new professors or advisors. Considering these faculty members help determine your grades, it is always advisable to create some type of relationship with your teachers. Office hours are a great way to let your teacher know that you are a dedicated student and by making an effort to meet with a new professor, you’re giving a great first impression. Of course, a great first impression is always enhanced when you’re dressed appropriately. By taking the time to look polished and put together you will make an even bigger impact on your teacher as opposed to if you show up in sweats.
This Fashionista is wearing a fantastic outfit for meeting with a professor. Her look is cute and cozy but also gives off a sophisticated feeling. The element about this look that initially caught my eye was of course today’s Fashionista’s peach peplum knee-length coat. The ruching at the waist combined with the feminine color and oversized buttons make this winter jacket unique and storybookesque. This coat looks like a fashionable cupcake and is just too cute for words. The back of the coat is also adorned with a giant bow detail. This coat, while very fashionable, is also formal and looks appropriate for meeting with a teacher. For a similar style try this jacket from ASOS.
By combining this topper with other formal outfit elements, this look becomes totally teacher ready. This Fashionista is wearing a simple collared shirt and adorable thick cable knit tights for warmth. Her oversized tote and booties are the finishing touch to this look. These shoes are so different and I love how fresh they are. The suede and fur accents give them a winter ready aesthetic while the heel and patent leather toe give them a fashion twist. These shoes are perfect for walking around campus but also dressy enough to show your professor you mean business. For a more understated pair that will give you the same look, try these booties.
One Simple Change: By swapping this sweet jacket for an edgy leather topper, this look can easily be transformed from cutie pie chic to bad girl trendsetter.