I dedicate my mornings to working out, so when my alarm goes off I don’t grunt and tap snooze. When I used to have 8 a.m. classes rather than gym sessions, the snooze button practically broke. Getting up in the morning can be a challenge, especially if you had a long night (studying of course). Although I can’t help you become a morning person, I can help you dress like one. Consider it the lazy Fashionista/o’s guide to looking presentable.
This Fashionisto knows how to dress the part for an early morning class without sacrificing comfort and style. He creates a military-inspired ensemble with army green cargo pants rolled into his black combat boots. He pairs this with a hooded, black North Face zip-up and a deep sea green and navy blue scarf, creating a put together look.
To spice up his outfit, he adds both subtle and bold accessories—a great trick when getting dressed in a rush. His thick-rimmed glasses and oversized watch make a statement while his beaded bracelets add style. Accessories can help transform even the comfiest of outfit. Fashionistas should pair leggings with an oversized sweater and a printed scarf for a casual yet laid back look. Fashionistos, follow in this guy’s footsteps and opt for loose colored pants tucked into boots to achieve an easy look that doesn’t involve sweats and sneakers (save those for the gym later).
Morning classes do not equate to yoga pants/sweatpants and a hooded sweatshirt. Use accessories such as scarves, jewelry or a statement tote bag to help bring your outfit to life. Use your style to disguise your lack of sleep—oh, and coffee might help too.
One Simple Change: Replace the black North Face with a black peacoat to dress up the look for a casual date night.