Calling all preppy ladies ready for warm weather. It’s time to invest in that charming dress you’ve had in your online shopping basket since February. Yeah, the one that you’ve been debating on buying because you’re wondering if you can rock it. The answer is 100 percent, “Yes!” From one college student to another, I know it’s difficult to splurge on expensive items. However, as Tom and Donna from Parks and Recreation would say, “Treat yo’ self!” You deserve a little yay-I-survived-finals-week outfit to show for all your hard work this school year.
This charismatic Fashionista was strutting around campus in her cutest ensemble to celebrate the end of the school year. Her dress is perfect with its extra floral details, length and versatility. It’s the perfect length and can be easily dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Plus, how cute is that mint color? Talk about a great investment. She goes for a more casual route while hanging around on campus, which is a good call in my book. But going more relaxed doesn’t mean that she isn’t killing it and bringing her A game. It’s just that she’s enjoying the nice weather and encompassing the desired “spring” look.
She adorns herself with the perfect gold accessories: a monogrammed necklace, a watch and stackable bracelets. It would bring tears to any jewelry enthusiasts’ eyes. Her perfect Jack Rogers thong sandals draw out the mint in her outfit and also help bring out her tan. Although marsala is the color of the year, I could easily argue that gold should be. Gold brings out the best in any and every outfit. There’s something so classy about it that makes you want to add it to every look because it complements every other color so well.
How To: This Fashionista’s outfit is so well-rounded and adaptable. She could go to a sorority event, class, a date or meet with a professor and would be dressed for the part. If you’re looking for an awesome look to try next, adopt this Fashionista’s ways! Invest in a classic spring dress, and don’t forget to add in good jewelry for a little extra pizazz.