October 6th, 2015 at 2:00am

If you are anything like me, you love fashion and looking cute. However, when you roll out of bed five minutes before your class starts, you might not have time to pick out an outfit. Therefore, the go-to look involves some Nike shorts and your favorite T-shirt. Although you’re comfy, you’re a tad bit embarrassed about your appearance, especially seeing everyone sitting next to you is looking so fashionable. Have no fear, this past summer’s trend is the answer to all your worries this fall.

Need something quick to throw on but super chic? Check out the T-shirt dress. Need something comfortable to wear to class, but not sweatpants? The T-shirt dress. What about a night on the town? The T-shirt dress. You can never lose. Even though the trend of T-shirt dresses began in the summer, it is indeed still on the rise. This Fashionista is wearing her favorite T-shirt dress to class, but loves to throw it on for just about any type of occasion because it is so versatile—that is one of its many perks. Furthermore, it’s easy to throw on, not too heavy, not too thin and is flattering on every body type. It can be easily dressed up or dressed down, as well. This Fashionista decided to dress the navy dress up with some gold accents: a long necklace with a couple of gold bracelets.

This Fashionista also hopped on the bandwagon of Bloomington’s current trend: Birkenstocks. These sandals are making a comeback and are now more popular than ever. They may not be the trend on your campus yet, but I am sure they will be. Not only do they take a hot second to slip on, but they’re extremely comfortable when walking back and forth on campus. They also keep your feet cool and your outfit looking nothing less than glamorous.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “When it comes to clothing, it is all about being confident. When you’re pleased with your dress for the day, you are confident and that shows in all different aspects of your life. As they always say, confidence is key and that goes for fashion too!”