WHAT TO WEAR: Study Group

As if midterms weren’t enough, professors are still passing out the tests like Halloween’s leftover candy. When can a student catch a break? The way things are looking now, it won’t be until Thanksgiving time. So hang in there; you’re not alone in your late night study sessions that lead to far too early mornings with not nearly enough sleep. But this is no excuse for letting your style lack behind with your sleep. Yes, it is possible and quite easy to look like a Fashionista/o for those late night study groups.

Exhibit A is this Fashionisto. He has managed to look pulled together while still being relaxed. Denim is always an easy option for those times when you want to look nice without really trying too hard. Pairing the denim with a cozy pullover was a great move by this Fashionisto. You can never go wrong with a pullover and this one features a ¾ zipper and contrasting stitching, giving it some added interest. The pop of yellow in his T-shirt and blue in his shoes pair nicely and keep this outfit from being too everyday.

Prepare for your next study group with this weeks fashionable finds. This sweater from Express is the definition of comfortable style. There are a variety of colors available making it easy to incorporate this item with whatever pants please you. Not to mention, the ¾ zipper style is classic, this item will be staple in your closet for years to come. Also from Express is this pair of jeans. Easily pair these with the Express sweater or virtually anything else in your closet. The dark wash makes these jeans another closet staple. Another equally pleasing sweater is this one from H&M. The neutral colors are easy to throw on without worrying about matching. The knit fit is relaxed and simple too, just what you need for a long night of studying. Pair this find with these H&M twill pants. With these you can choose a color that will make you standout or opt for a nice neutral classic, there’s something for everyone.

One Simple Change: Cold weather rolling in without your okay? Not an issue with this look. Pullovers and sweaters are prime for layering, so when the temperatures drop keep yours up by throwing on a zip-up jacket or possibly a quilted vest. Whatever your preference is, this ensemble won’t let you down. Sadly, I can’t say the same about your tests, but I can promise you will get an passing grade in style.

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