It’s that time of year again — cozy sweaters, pumpkin drinks and crisp weather. Autumn is a great season, but with the good must come the bad — fall midterms. Studying kicks into high gear and everyone spends hours waiting for the private study lounges and working into the wee hours of the night. Grab your venti Starbucks pumpkin spice latte, jam out to your study playlist and get ready for a long day with your nose in the books at the library.
Just because you’ll be spending your day inside copying notes doesn’t mean you have to look sloppy! In fact, getting dressed to study will boost your confidence and center your focus. Instead of yoga pants and a sweatshirt, wear something that makes you feel good and won’t leave you feeling sluggish and ready for a nap. This Fashionista has perfect style to be at the library. A good pair of worn, soft jeans are super comfy to sit in for long hours. I especially love the top she is wearing — the cream color is pretty for fall and the airy material isn’t going to become annoying as the day goes on. The eyelet design is intricate and flirty — it draws the eye in and makes the shirt pop.
Dark cranberry is always a perfect color for fall. What better way to rock it than with a trendy snood? The snood is shaping up to be the “it” accessory for fall and winter. I love the length of this neck scarf. It isn’t too long that it will get in your way or too short to get stuck on your lips. It’ll keep you warm when the library blasts cool air. It’s like a fuzzy pillow for your neck after long hours of work! Flats are great to wear to the library, as they aren’t heavy, noisy or uncomfortable. These nude flats allow the dark snood to be the main accessory. They slip on and off easily, so bring some fuzzy socks with you and swap them out if you’ll be at the library late. Happy studying!
One Simple Change: This Fashionista could change her nude flats for knee-high brown riding boots for an early morning class. They’re comfortable and will keep her warm on the way to an 8 am. She can even get a head start and go straight to the library after!