WHAT TO WEAR: Weekend Wear

For some of us, a fun weekend includes Netflix, food and constant sleep over the next 48 hours. However, the further we go in our college career, many of us will find our time being used for more practical things like weekend internships and study sessions. Gone are the days of sporting the same pajamas for a couple days straight. But don’t worry! Getting ready to take on the weekend isn’t nearly as hard as you might think it is. Whatever you plan to do, finding the perfect look to suit your plans can be quick and simple.

What I love most about this Fashionista’s look is her use of denim. She went with classic denim capris for a casual flair that can easily look more dressed up with the right top. This is a great tactic to use when you have more than one thing to do that day, with little time in between to change. Her white denim jacket makes for a great new twist on the “denim on denim” trend that has been a huge hit recently. Although the two fabrics are similar, the color of the jacket creates a fun contrast to her pants and gives her look an extra bit of sass.

In this Fashionista’s case, she can easily bring this look from day to night simply by taking off her jacket. The coral colored blouse she has worn underneath is sophisticated enough to be worn for any occasion from a family dinner to date night. Flowy tops like this one are often great options to give any pair of jeans an instantly elegant look.

Lastly, keep your shoes and jewelry simple. Unless you know for a fact what you will be doing all day, it’s always a good idea to wear simple flats for comfort and avoid wearing clunky jewelry that might snag or pinch throughout the day. This Fashionista has done exactly that, and even opted for a headband to keep her long hair out of her face.

Whatever you have planned for the weekend, stay comfortable and look cute doing it!

One Simple Change: Unless you plan on doing some studying or other school-related things, switch out the backpack for a small cross-body bag. This will prevent you from carrying around too much, meaning no sore back and shoulders later.