Starting college or university is exciting. It’s time to find out your true style! Although you hold the reigns to express yourself in whatever threads makes you feel good, here are a few ideas that will show everyone what you’re studying day and night.
The Law Student
A basic dress shirt and wool pant combination is all business. It’s in the accessories where you can let loose. The bow tie and hat emit a creative flair, and the shoes say “I’m still young enough to have fun. I haven’t passed the bar yet”.
Left to right: Hugo Boss Dotted Silk Bow Tie (Red), $55, and Hugo Boss Slim Fit Dress Shirt (Yellow), $95; Block Headwear Trilby Fedora, $53; Tod’s Stivaletto Leather Boots, $525. All from Saks Fifth Avenue (get coupons).
The Fine Arts Student
Your outfit should be just as picture-perfect as your art. The black beret, leggings and crew-neck make a clean palette. And the shoes add a splash of color. Truly a masterpiece bound to get you noticed.
The Kinesiology Student
In between laps with your class and studying physiology, you need to max and relax. This outfit is perfect for chilly classrooms or days on the field when your prof surprises you with an outdoor fitness session.
Left to right: adidas Original Firebird Track Jacket, $64.99; Nike Cortez Basic Nylon 06, $54.99; Easton E-Pro Interchangeable Sunglasses, $34.99; LRG Grass Roots 2 Cargo Shorts, $58.99. All from Eastbay (get coupons).
The Agriculture Student
Aggies! I haven’t forgotten you and all your country grooves. Be all-country without losing that feminine touch by opting for button-ups that are fitted and flared jeans that show off those curves. And to finish – a hot straw hat and a pair of boots, of course.
Left to right: Cielo Women’s Billy Turquoise Plaid Button-front Shirt, $23.64; Rich & Skinny Bellisimo Flare Jeans,$42.62; Yesac Unisex Panama Straw Fedora Hat, $24.89; Lane Boots Desert Flower Leather Cowboy Boots, $211.65. All from Overstock (get coupons).
What’s your major? Does your outfit speak what you study?