September 14th, 2015 at 2:00am

It’s that time of year that some of us love and some of us dread—back to classes. We have to let go of beaches and bikinis, but that doesn’t mean you have to let go of your summer style. A lot of campuses across the country are still experiencing a heat wave, and this Fashionista shows how you can easily make boho chic look comfy for class.

colorful maxi skirt is flowy and breathable which is a great alternative to just throwing on gym shorts in the morning. Statement pieces, like this skirt, are a great way to create an eye-catching outfit without having to try too hard. The lace crop top is a great basic piece that subtly matches the teal in her skirt. These type of shirts are great to pair with statement pieces this time of year because you don’t have to worry about clashing prints, and they are still perfect for the summer heat that lingers through fall here in Ithaca.

These gladiator sandals are comfortable and stylish, perfect for long walks from your dorm hall to your classes. They complement her gold accessories, another simple way to put together a great outfit. Her rings, along with her gold and teal cuff are a great way to pull together this breezy boho outfit.

I know how easy it seems to just roll out of bed 10 minutes before your first class and throw on a T-shirt and jeans, but for me, styling outfits for class the night before is the best part of my day. Doing this makes it even easier for me in the morning because I don’t have to scramble to find clean clothes if I’m running late for class. This Fashionista is a perfect example of how to put together a comfortable, yet stylish look for these warm fall class days.

One Simple Change: For those campuses that have already started to get a bit cooler, a perfect way to recreate this look for your climate would be to add a neutral flowy cardigan or pullover sweater.