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WHAT TO WEAR: Class

As students are just starting to get into the swing of their spring semester routines, it is sometimes a battle to put together a cute yet appropriate outfit for class the next day, especially when studying late the night before. There are many routes for different styles that you can rock to class, whether they are dressier or more causal. Either way, there are so many different ways you can turn heads just by styling your outfit with some striking accessories. So ditch the yoga pants, and skim through your closet for a class-worthy outfit.

This Fashionista couldn’t have styled her outfit any better to impress her professors, as well as her classmates. To brighten up this gloomy day, she paired her vibrant, red knit sweater with dark wash jeans. By choosing to wear brown riding boots, she was able to dress up her outfit a bit but still keep it casual. Her accessories really pull her entire outfit together because she put on a few stackable bracelets and a ring to add a little sparkle to her outfit.

For an easy class-to-class transition, she lugged around her books in a cute backpack. While some backpacks can be bulky and not very appealing, this Fashionista found a functional yet still stylish backpack. Her plain, black backpack has a unique look with its cheetah print straps, which add a two-toned pop to any outfit.

Whenever you are looking for a quick outfit to throw on to avoid being late to class, I suggest copying this Fashionista. Her outfit is easy to mimic because you can easily mix and match different basic pieces from your closet. I love this simple, chic look since it took seconds to put together but looks like she spent more time on it. Also, never ever forget to add a little bling to your outfit because in my opinion, that’s what really makes an outfit shine.

One Simple Change: If the temperature begins to drop, and the snow begins to fall, just add a snug infinity scarf and a warm, cozy jacket. With that adjustment, you’ll definitely be ready to enter the cold weather without a problem.