Clothing defines a decade. When you think of the '80s, images of brightly colored tracksuits, overly teased hair and neon sweatbands come to mind. Sure, Ronald Reagan served dual presidential terms, but that’s secondary information to what he was wearing.
When I think of the current decade, I fear for the legacy our attire will leave behind. Pajamas and sweatpants have become commonplace in the classrooms, which borderline an unofficial collegiate dress code. Clad in a casual tribal print cardigan, this Fashionista gives hope that our generation can be known for something other than Family Guy flannel pants.
Looking presentable and put together does not require constricting clothing or uncomfortable footwear; all it takes is a bit of thought and some color coordination. This Fashionista looks darling in a tribal print cardigan and matching sneakers. An oversized sweater or cardigan is the perfect go-to option when wanting to look cute and casual. I would advise against wearing leggings as pants unless your sweater can pass for a dress, and opt for a worn-in pair of jeans instead.
We must not be the most innovative generation for the '90s high-waisted jeans are already back in style. A trip to your local Goodwill, your mother's closet or NASTY GAL can give you the look of this Fashionista’s pants. Personally, I have been donning the high-waisted pant for a while and am glad this look is finally trending. Cuffing your jeans as this Fashionista demonstrates is the perfect way to adapt your outfit in the fickle fall weather.