With only a week of school left exams are in full swing for me. I came up with a couple of comfortable but still put together outfits and a few items that will help you survive exam week.
When are you finals and what are your essentials? Leave a comment below!
Outfit 1: Army Jacket, T-Shirt Dress, Black Lace Keds, Necklace
Outfit 2: Crop Top , Joggers, Black Sandals, Bracelet
Other Items:Batiste Dry Shampoo , BB Cream, Metallic Hair Ties, Concealer, Mascara, Lip Balms, Notebook, Backpack, Coffee Mug
I specifically choose BB cream and lip balm because it’s so easy to apply and won’t take much time or effort. Concealer and bright eye shadow will hide the fact that you pulled an all-nighter and dry shampoo is perfect for when you don’t have time to wash your hair.
Coffee is a must and I love Gossip Girl so I thought the coffee mug would be perfect ,although I wouldn’t take the advice since Blair would probably blackmail her professors to make an A 😉
The outfits are both very simple but cute and comfortable since I chose flat shoes.
I’ll leave you with this gem:http://www.buzzfeed.com/keelyflaherty/we-are-all-squidward?utm_term=.edGzeV2Kq#.le7LKrbPM
For round three of sorority rush week, most colleges will tell you to dress a little nicer than round one (sundresses) but don’t wear heels like you would for round four. As always make sure your dress is long enough and not too tight, and avoid cutouts and strapless dresses.
Click here to see outfits for round one, and here to see outfits for round two.
Navy Dress, Beige Flats, Nude Bag, Pink Dress, White Sandals, Bow Ring, White Crossbody Bag, Mint Dress, White Necklace, White Flats
I would try to avoid thong sandals as these could be painful after walking so much and might look too casual.
If you liked this article you might like a fun and funky dorm idea.
Let me know what you think in the comments below! I’ll have round 4 (preference round) and bid day outfit ideas up soon so make sure to follow my blog so you won’t miss the outfits!
If you missed my outfit ideas for round one you can read it here.
Round two is generally the most casual day of rush week. Most schools will have you wear a rush week t-shirt and tell you to wear casual shorts with flat shoes.
When picking out shorts make sure the length is appropriate. I would try to stay away from plain khakis or boring shorts since you want to stand out. Also, don’t forget that a lot of dressier shorts have bows and ruffles that might not look right with t-shirts.
Sadly in a couple of weeks it will be time to go back to school again but that means a lot of bts outfits including today’s series about sorority rush week.
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Red Tribal Print Dress, White Jacket, Brown Gladiator Sandals, Bow Ring, Red and White Lace Dress, Brown Flats, Brown Purse, Yellow Dress, Headband, White Sandals, White Purse.
College Orientation means a lot a walking and making first impressions on your future classmates and staff members. You want to look casual but still put together. I would not recommend dresses or any shoes with a large heel.
Outfit One: Boho Romper
Romper, Vest,Purse, Sandals
Rompers are a great alternative to dresses and skirts if you want to look a little more casual and you don’t have to worry about a skirt flying up on a windy day and it works if you have to sit on the ground anywhere. The sandals have a tiny wedge which I find more comfortable than completely flat sandals. A small crossbody bag keeps you from lugging around a giant bag all day.
Outfit Two: Feminine Shorts
Tank, Shorts, Necklace, Clutch, Sandals
This look is very girly and polished. Flat sandals are great for walking around all day and the shorts are casual yet classy looking and would stand out in a sea of denim shorts. The shirt would look nice tucked in without being skin tight.
Let me know what you think of the outfits and leave requests for future articles below!