WHAT TO WEAR: Early Class

Guess what Fashionistas/os! It is almost officially fall!

Temperatures are dropping and New York is being divided into two style sections. Those Fashionistas/os that want to hold onto the last drop of summer sporting shorts and light dresses, and those that are dying to begin layering and dressing up in sassy scarves.

This Fashionista in particular took a 66-degree weather announcement to decide that fall is officially in the air.

Dressing stylishly for an early morning class can sometimes be a struggle, especially at university. We can barely wake up in general. Layering is so important in the fall; however, if done incorrectly, layering can easily go awry.

This Fashionista had the right idea. She pairs a champagne-colored sweater with amazing maroon jeggings and equestrian-style brown boots. She added a black infinity scarf and cleverly used it in place of a statement necklace. That’s a great choice if you don’t think a giant necklace is appropriate for the classroom or if you’re too lazy to look for one (which would be me).

This outfit is perfect for an early class setting because it is stylish, yet simple. It is a great way to introduce the new fall colors into your everyday wardrobe. Never forget the comfort factor! Comfort is key when sitting through those long, tiring morning classes.

To complete the outfit, this Fashionista shows off her gold watch and delicate gold bow ring. These two items are stylish and appropriate enough for a classroom, plus watches are supposed to keep us on time, right?!

Beauty looks can take almost as long as finding an outfit. This Fashionista opts for a red lip and neutral eyes with gorgeous loosely curls. When asked how she had time to wake up and curl her hair, she told me that she curls it the night before and sleeps on it in a ponytail giving her curls a more natural look. Genius!

One Simple Change: Add a black blazer to this look and you are ready for a cute fall casual date!

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