Although I love fashion, beauty and everything girly, I am not going to pretend for a second that that means I get up early just to spend an hour getting ready each morning. But, I also never go to class looking disheveled and messy, and pajamas are never an option.
So, here are 5 fool-proof and effortless outfit ideas using your closet staples that require minimal effort, but still keep you looking chic and classy, even for your 8:30am lectures… And the best part? Every outfit is under $100!
Falling For Cardigans
For fall, there’s nothing like a cardigan and tank top, since the weather is still so up and down. For those classes who still haven’t realized it’s a little cooler outside, keep the cardi on. For those rooms that seem to think its already winter and have turned on the heat, cardi off! It’s such a simple, yet classic outfit that’ll keep you feeling comfy and looking fab.
Keep it Gingham
This outfit is no frills and casual, perfect for a long class. Moccasins are almost slipper-like in how comfortable they are, and who can say no to stretchy jeggings and a loose button up? You’ll feel like you’re wearing pajamas, but you’ll look casual and stylish.
In My White Tee
To me, there’s nothing like a crisp white tee. Paired with a pair of jeans, flats and a scarf, and instantly, these basic pieces become a simple and classic get up. You can wear so many variations of this outfit, just switch up the shoes and scarf, and you’ve got a new look in a matter of seconds.
To me, this outfit is very celebrity-spotted-by-paparazzi-in-airport. It’s effortless, casual, yet still put together. We all know cargos are in every celeb’s closet right now thanks to J Brand’s Houlihans. Throw on this pair of this pair of Converse look-alikes when you’re late to class to give you the ability to run a little faster.
All Dressed Up
In my opinion, there’s nothing easier than throwing on a dress, no matter what the weather. For early fall, a sweater dress and boots is casual, tailored and effortless. As it gets colder, don’t hesitate to throw on tights and stockings underneath your favorite dresses to brave the windier weather.
What do you think?
What’s your go-to outfit for lazy mornings and early classes? Do you think it’s acceptable to show up to class in pajamas and sweatpants? Do you look polished for each and every class, no matter what time of day? Let us know in a comment!