WHAT TO WEAR: Presentation

What to Wear

The spring semester is quickly coming to end and Fashionistas are definitely feeling the pressures of exams, final projects and presentations. However, a Fashionista can always multitask by working hard and looking fabulous.

This Fashionista has a perfect balance between professional and fashionable. Her ensemble is a prime example of an outfit that should be worn during a big presentation in the classroom. Presentations are a little intimidating, but wearing a fab outfit will definitely impress a professor and classmates.

This Fashionista is completely on trend with her high-waisted wide leg pants from Forever 21. Spring trends are one of my favorites and high-waisted wide leg pants happen to be appearing all over. They are very flattering by cinching in the waist and also give off a polished look. The pansy flower pattern is a great feminine touch to a sophisticated look instead of wearing a plain and boring business skirt for a presentation.

She pairs her wide leg pants with a simple black silk shirt from Soprano. A plain silk shirt is the way to go because her pants are the statement piece in this ensemble. The silk shirt allows the ensemble not to be too overwhelming.

Another trend that I am in love with at the moment is layering jewelry, and this Fashionista’s bangles from Nordstrom are fantastic. I like how she mixed metals with gold and sliver and threw in a couple blinged spiked bangles here and there. She tops off her outfit with a chunky beige statement necklace that complements the pansy flower pattern on her pants.

This Fashionista is ready to ace any presentation that comes her way.

One Simple Change: For the last weekend of Coachella festivities, swap the silk black shirt with a halter strap crop top and also add a wide brim felt black fedora hat. Throw on some chunky jewelry for a awesome Coachella outfit.


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