College is hard enough without having to include the additional social life responsibilities. Hanging out with friends and dating new people is what your 20s are all about, but campus is time for the mind, and partying must be put aside. However, once you leave the comforting walls of your universities library, life comes in and your outfit should be prepared. This Fashionista’s outfit found the perfect balance of school ready-ness and after-school delight. With long harmonious layers she made sure she could be comfortable whether curling up with a text book in the lounge or out on a movie date.
To me pairing oversized sweaters with maxi chiffon skirts is a great way to make yourself look like a Greek goddess statue come to life. There’s a natural and relaxed air to the way a girl holds herself when she’s draped in clothing that makes her feel not only warm and cozy, but sexy without even trying to be. This Fashionista looked especially appealing with her spring infused pale pink tones from head to toe. She finished with a woven, peep toe ballet flats fit for a day full of classes. To make this outfit really go from day to night, opt for a pair of killer heels like these Jeffrey Campbell Don’t Care strappy sandals. If heels aren’t really your cup of tea, try a bootie with a fun animal print to make things interesting for the night life.
One Quick Change: This outfit is not only great for classes and date night but can also be a top option for job interview ensembles. It looks relaxed, but well put together, and like you didn’t try too hard. Instead of a monotone look like today’s Fashionista, show off your interest in what you’re interviewing for with an interesting print. For example, if you’re interviewing for a position in the art industry, try Romwe’s stained glass window sweater or if you’re interviewing for the fashion industry try something with witty text like this Ain’t Laurent Without Yves sweater. Your outfit is your first impression and better to show off what you know than hide it.