Going out with friends is a time to unwind and catch up on the latest gossip. Whenever I’m going somewhere with my entourage I like to look put together without sticking out like a sore thumb. No one should be wearing sweatpants, you are going out, not going to the library. I spotted Natalie in this cute outfit that’s perfect to go out in with your best friends right beside you.
The light teal blouse is feminine with its subtle sheer fabric. Chambray tops are a great go-to when you’re going out and want to dress a little fancier than usual. Pastel colors really make you pop and Urban Outfitters has plenty of sheer blouses with many color options available. Pick a color that goes with your skin tone and make sure to wear proper undergarments, just in case.
Leggings are my personal favorite, I own about every color imaginable. I know so many people say that leggings aren’t pants, but they’re the only ‘pants’ that fit me well. Patterned leggings add visual detail to an outfit when you’re wearing a simple one-colored top. Try not to match a patterned top with patterned bottoms. Too many details can cause an unappealing collage. Karmaloop has a wide selection of leggings with creative patterns to choose from.
Accessories really put the finishing touches to any outfit. I really like Natalie’s spiked bracelets. Spikes have been popping up for quite a while now and they’re showing up in almost every clothing category. You can go to any accessory store and I guarantee that at least one thing there has spikes attached to it. Also, the amount of leather boots I’ve seen around campus is hard to ignore. ALDO has a great leather boot selection, anything from pleather to leather.
One Simple Change: If Natalie was to put on a pair of heels, she could easily transform this outfit for a girl’s night out. Putting on high heels not only elevates your height but also your confidence. Every gal should own a pair of black heels since they match with almost everything. Try these sexy platforms to really spice things and stand out from the crowd.