Back-to-school shopping is in full swing. Time to make your list of office supplies, dorm decorations and must-have clothing items…then hit the ground running. The whole back-to-school shopping experience can be stressful on its own, let alone taking into account what to wear for such an occasion.
This Fashionista’s look is spot on for a busy day of shopping galore. Her separates all come together to create a cohesive, fashion-forward and totally practical look. But what really makes this outfit shopping appropriate are her accessories.
When heading out for a busy day of sifting through racks and running down aisles, proper footwear is key. This Fashionista’s black high-tops are on point for both their style and function. Sportswear is a major trend that Fashionistas and Fashionistos alike are gravitating towards. The all black color of sneakers also gives a nod to the ’90s fashion revival that is only getting bigger.
When shopping for back-to-school, it is important to have the perfect handbag as well. While we love a good day clutch or mini bag, for a day of shopping and errands, bigger is better. This Fashionista’s oversized hobo bag is the perfect choice. It is casual and easy while still being interesting. Even better—a large hobo bag can fit some of your purchases inside of it. Hands free shopping? Yes please.
Finally, her hat really “tops” off the outfit nicely. (Pun totally intended.) While everyone these days is rocking turbans or oversized fedoras, this Fashionista wore a simple black newsboy hat. The silhouette is a welcome change and definitely noteworthy. Plus, after hours of trying on and taking off sweaters, the hat makes your less-then-polished hair look totally put-together.
So as you start to make your back-to-school shopping list (and check it twice), be sure to not overlook what to wear during your shopping excursion.
One Simple Change: Ready to head back to class? Try ditching the hat and opt for a top knot instead. Throw on a pair of ankle booties and you have a look perfect for the first day of school.