Weekends are the time for students to wind down from their workloads and relax. There are errands to run and spontaneous adventures to have with friends. Campuses are usually fairly quiet, whether it’s because people are sleeping in or because they’re out and about. So what do you wear when the weekend rolls around? Comfort and versatility would be two top qualities for an outfit choice. After all, grocery shopping in heels probably isn’t the best decision.
The term street style has, in my opinion, evolved quite a bit. When I think of street style, I think chic, casual yet sophisticated. However, street style wasn’t always like that. It’s the bottom to top theory of fashion where trends from the lower tier of society rise to higher tiers. True street style is comfortable, yet still evokes personal style.
This Fashionista caught my eye in what I would consider true street style. Her slightly distressed denim jeans worked perfectly with the orange and blue sneakers. To avoid looking shapeless, she left a sliver of skin with a crop top, and to add some extra warmth, she layered on a cropped hoodie. For accessories, she donned a green and blue knit beanie and a pizza printed tote (can you say totally #RAD?).
One Simple Change: As temperatures drop, you can still achieve this look by tweaking one or two pieces. Instead of going for a crop top, you can opt for a graphic sweater or a fitted hoodie. To change it up even more, you can switch to skinny jeans and a knit top.