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We're Breaking Down Seven Perfect Holiday Looks

December 6th, 2016 at 2:00am

Going home for the holidays is definitely one of the best parts of the school year. It is one of the few opportunities to take time for yourself. That doesn’t mean that looking your best needs to be forfeited. This may be more of a note to self, because the venn diagram of when I wear sweatpants and when I’m on break from school is a circle.

But maybe, you feel the same way! It’s easy to get into a slump of not wanting to try out new looks, especially after weeks of school. Take some inspiration from these holiday looks from Style Gurus across the country. From leather jackets to velvet dresses, there’s so many ways to switch up your look this holiday season.

1—Having a solid leather jacket is a perfect staple in your wardrobe—whether you’re grabbing dinner with a friend or getting some shopping done, it’s the perfect way to add some intrigue to a casual outfit. (Photo via @jordanflyley)


2—Velvet dress? Check. Cute clutch? Check. This Style Guru’s holiday-themed wall has all you need for the holiday party season for a simple and classic look. (Photo via @kalynnelizabeth_)


3—Hats are hard to pull off, and wide-brim hats often feel like a huge commitment in your day when heading to campus. Try them out when meeting up with friends and family over your break. (Photo via @nicoleakerman)


4—Pair your autumn loafers with thick wool socks to update them for December weather. (Photo via @kirameetsworld)


5—Suede and paisley are perfect winter details. These blue Chelsea boots and peach cross-body purse are very different hues for the holidays, but they will definitely stand out on the street. (Photo via @brdy94)


6—Staying in for the night… Or maybe the week? Pair your street style-approved running shoes with leggings and soft fabrics like velvet or faux fur to stay cozy. (Photo via @nebraskajones18)


7—Relaxed denim and seasonal plaid with glam rings and accessories make for a detail-filled holiday outfit. It’s always fun to experiment with some mixing and matching. (Photo via @reginamenninger)