Sometimes, half the struggle of getting yourself to the library is picking out an outfit to wear. Every Fashionista/o knows that a day of cramming is no excuse for sweatpants and a ratty T-shirt. You can easily pull a great look together with the same amount of effort it takes to slip on those sweats. Follow this Fashionista’s cues for a day of chic studying; when you look good, you feel good, and when you feel good, you’ll be more focused and more inclined to study hard.

Although I love a classic pair of baby blues just as much as the next girl, they’re not always the most comfortable to sit in for hours at a time. When in doubt, look to a trusty pair of leggings for maximum comfort. On a chilly, rainy day, a RAD graphic pullover is the perfect piece to help you keep warm while looking cool. In a sharp white shade, with a unique graphic and chunky block letters, the sweatshirt creates an effortless athleisure vibe. Try a similar look with this artsy, graphic piece, and pair it with a collared shirt and distressed boyfriend jeans for a sporty look.

My favorite piece this Fashionista rocks is her furry blue cocoon coat. With tuxedo jacket-esque lapels and a bright hue, this oversized coat is the perfect transition piece as we head into spring. The sharp lines keep it structured while the shaggy texture gives the coat enough movement to make it perfect for layering. I love this similar piece in a pretty sky blue, ideal for pairing with this matching gray two-piece set.

This stylish student topped off her look with a RAD pair of brightly colored Nikes. With all the similar styles spotted around campus, why not go with a unique pair of kicks to stand out in? I especially love the aqua and coral hues paired together for spring.

One Simple Change: If you’re looking to keep the comfort aspect of your look, but step up the dressiness, try swapping out the sneaks for a pair of studded suede ankle booties. This funky pair will be a major upgrade from the Nikes, adding more of a glam vibe for Sunday brunch with the girls.