The semester is starting to wind down and winter break is right around the corner. Starbucks, your local mall and store windows are in full holiday mode, and an electric buzz of wintry festivities permeates the air. As the semester comes to a close, group projects and presentations are sure to begin filling your calendar. So what does one wear to a study group when they want to be comfortable and dress the part of a group leader? This Fashionista was spotted on her way to a group meeting and is styled in a relaxed yet in a sophisticated way.
Wearing a pair of gray, tailored shorts layered over black tights, this Fashionista creates a neutral foundation on which she could add colorful outerwear. This group leader chose to wear a desaturated navy jacket with a goldenrod scarf, which keeps her warm whether she’s on the go or in the library. Her gray backpack, black riding boots and silver accessories bring a polished look to her already studious-chic ensemble. Her Fossil watch is a great accessory that is both functional and elegant.
To emulate this student’s style, rediscover your favorite shorts from the summer (as long as they’re not denim) and layer over black, opaque tights. Wear your favorite solid-colored scarf and a colored blazer that has clean lines. The finishing touches of a watch and black boots will elevate a simple studying outfit to a whole new level. Follow this Fashionista’s lead, and you’re sure to earn an A+.
One Simple Change: For a meeting with a professor after your study group, trade in the tailored shorts for a knee-length skirt for a more professional look.