STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Casual on a Tuesday

STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Casual on a Tuesday

During the week, as college students, every single minute of your day is equivalent to precious little gems that allow you to get as much as you can get done possible. Along with that, each hour of sleep at night till the morning is equivalent to a $100,000 gift card to Saks Fifth Avenue. With that being said, it is known that it can be the absolute struggle at times to get up before that 8:15 a.m. class and put yourself together Fashionista/o edition. All you really want to do is throw on your college apparel, some flip-flops or Uggs depending on the weather and call it day. On those lazy mornings that all sounds very appealing, but there are ways to be cozy and cute that every Fashionista/o should be mindful of.

While on campus, I spotted this Fashionista sporting casual wear, while still maintaining a chic look. This Fashionista threw on  a simple white T-shirt, patterned black and white harem pants and an off white cardigan. To top it off, this Fashionista, sported simple, black thong sandals.

When trying to keep it cute yet casual, it’s important to find pieces that illuminate simplicity and comfort. Harem pants are great and easy way to add effort to your look in an effortless way. If one wanted to add a pop of color her outfit, she could add a bright pink cardigan or even color change in the harem pants to a yellow.

This Fashionista managed to make simple alternatives that changed the look of her outfit for the better. She traded in her Agnes Scott comfy sweats for black and white patterned harems and her flip flops for low-soled sandals.

When in a hurry and your late for that 8:15 a.m. calculus class, keep in mind that there aresimple ways to look presentable.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK?: “It’s okay to have lazy days or feel not as compelled to ‘dress nice’ when you have so many other priorities during the day, but just find what works for you and your comfort zone; find ways to make that space cute.”