It’s the dreaded finals week. As we stay up late to get our final projects done, or pull all-nighters just to study for that final exam. Finals week is the time where all college students struggle. We don’t want to make that extra effort to look nice and would gladly go to our exams in our pajamas. But we all know that the final stretch is worth it in the end. After all the hard work, we are rewarded with three months of blissful summer vacation. So why not look your best and celebrate all your hard work?
This Fashionista did just that. She just finished her finals and decided she was going to go celebrate afterwards. Her outfit is the perfect way to finish finals strong, while still being comfortable enough that she feels she’s still in her pajamas.
Color can be a little intimidating at times. It’s not easy styling different colors into your outfit that all work together. It’s safe and easy to stick with colors you know. But summer is the perfect time to try something new and give your outfit that pop of color. This Fashionista was able to do so by learning the art of color-blocking.
Color-blocking is a technique that incorporates few different solid colors into one outfit. A simple trick to color-blocking is to use colors opposite the color wheel. This Fashionista did just that by paring her knitted green cardigan with her purple top. By following the color wheel, the colors she chose go perfectly together instead of clashing with each other. By pairing it with her black skater skirt and brown sneakers, she was able to maintain a neutral tone to her outfit.
Her necklace gives the outfit a feminine and dainty look. The intricate details of the clock give a nice contrast to her soft purple top, while the gold color remains neutral against the color-block.
Just because it’s finals week and you’re tired, doesn’t mean you need to suffice your style. You can look great and you should to be proud of all the work you’ve done this year.
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Wear what’ll make you feel good all day and always have on at least one interesting article of clothing.”