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WHAT TO WEAR: Library

May 5th, 2015 at 2:00am
WHAT TO WEAR: Library

Here at the University of Tampa, we are rounding out the school year, as I’m sure many other colleges around the country are or already have done. Any full-time student can relate when I say that the last couple weeks of classes, including finals week, are quite arguably the most stressful time of the year. All your professors are trying to get in their last unit tests and presentations before the big final next week (that you probably have yet to start studying for), and on top of that, you’re trying to get in social time with your friends before you all have to go your separate ways and head home for the summer.

Needless to say, I will be spending a lot of time in the library (or “Club Lib” as we like to call it here) and have already noticed the dwindling number of empty tables every day as we get closer to finals. With that said, the library is also a very busy place and not one in which you would want to be caught wearing your worst, seeing as the entire school seems to be there on a daily basis. So us Fashionistas/os have taken to a little library style.

As much as we would love to wear our pajamas to the library, we try to avoid the temptation, but that doesn’t mean we won’t wear the closest thing to it. This Fashionista went for one of my favorite library outfits with a pair of “fun pants,” as I like to call them. These ones are even better than mine because the cinching at the ankles makes them ten times more comfy (plus the purchase of this pair donates to saving the elephants). To keep things simple, she wears a very basic black tank top on top with very simple accessories like her black Michael Kors wristlet that keeps everything she needs on a day-to-day basis in one place. Finishing off the look, a basic pair of black flip flops keep the comfort level at a maximum.

One Simple Change: Heading to class straight from the library after cramming for one last accounting exam? Grab a chunky cardigan to throw on top for extra comfort. It might be warming up to summer, but those classrooms are still freezing, and you want to be at your best comfort level to crank out that A.