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ALL IN THE DETAILS: A Crazy Casual T-shirt

Who said university break meant relaxing all day, reading your favourite novel, catching up on your most beloved television series or chilling with friends and embarking on spontaneous trips to the beach? It is easy to be idealistic when it comes to the university break and under estimate the craziness of summer vacation. Even though we would like to think that university holidays means time for sipping mocktails by a pool or receiving free facials at a day spa, in reality it sometimes means our daily routines become even busier. For many, university break includes balancing part-time employment with an internship or volunteer work plus trying to make awesome and memorable moments with friends and family. Although it can all get a bit overwhelming, taking the time to choose an outfit with stylish but comfortable pieces that will work for all your plans is definitely essential.

This Fashionista personifies the perfect casual outfit. Opting for sneakers instead of ballet flats and strappy sandals has become a huge trend for many street style bloggers and icons around the world. Not only are sneakers practical and super comfortable they exemplify a literal take on the sports-lux movement. A classic black sneaker, like this Fashionista’s black Nike model, helps to maintain style and assists in avoiding looking like your bound for the gym. Her classic gray loose fitted top screams casual and class. Selecting neutral colors and timeless cuts or fits helps to keep casual outfits stylish and refined. In addition, the soft silver accessories, a simple bangle and watch, also maintain this sophisticated edge. However, the tasseled, slouchy brown bag contrasts the monochrome tones in the outfit adding that summer dimension of fun, which is perfect for the holidays.

How To: Want to radiate the perfect casual combo, for all your busy summer plans, like this Fashionista? Add sneakers, a statement bag and delicate pieces of jewelry and go from there. Remember, when it comes to comfort simple cuts and classic fits are key.