At least once in your college career, you have faced the ever difficult decision of whether or not to go out on a weeknight. Sure, you might have Spanish 111 at 8:30 that next morning, but you do not want that to stop you from seizing the night. You will not let that stop you from enjoying time with your friends while dancing the night away.
Sometimes, you get a little too carried away in the escapades of the night, and the night runs into the morning. BAM, it is already 8:00 in the morning. You scramble around to try and find something that is decent enough to scrounge to class in, but you have no luck and are already running late. To avoid this debacle when selecting your outfit of the night, you should dress for the morning after, as well.
To get a better understanding of this ingenious technique, check out the outfit this Fashionista wore to make your transition from a night out to your morning class a little easier.
The most important and key piece to make the transition easier is the shoes. Yes, wearing booties or wedges for a night out can really make your outfit more dressy, but in order for your look to be versatile from night to day, knee-high riding boots are the way to go. This Fashionista’s boots are great for nighttime since they are trendy, and they are reasonable for morning classes since they are easy to walk to your class in, while still maintaining your style. If you want a more cutesy rather than edgy look, rocking a pair of suede booties would get the job done. With this low heel height, walking to class will be comfortable while still maintaining a Guru approved “going out” look. Pair these fashionable kicks with some black destroyed skinny jeans, an oversized, slouchy sweater and a light army style jacket to perfect the ultimate night-to-day look.
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “The main key for this outfit is comfort. You can still be comfortable while looking like a milli. Dressing up doesn’t always have to be glitzy and glamorous. Follow these style tips, and you will definitely be the envy of all the ‘sweatpants, hair-tied, chillen with no make-up on’ girls in your morning Spanish 111 class.”