How to dress around your class schedule

Shadeh Din

Staff Writer

The start of school brings new styles and new people. Anything can affect your wardrobe throughout the day. Especially if you have 8 a.m. classes. Planning your outfit for the next day can be a great way to save time and still look good.

“Generally, the first three days of school I pre-plan my outfits, but after that I get lazy,” said Safiyyah Stewart, an individual studies major. Those who are late sleepers know the struggle to get out of bed in the morning.

One thing to take into account is the weather. “It depends on the weather. I don’t want to be too hot or too cold.”  said fine arts major Renee Riley.

Changing buildings between classes can affect the decision of what to wear. The weather can bother some people more than others, and in some buildings, where the air conditioning doesn’t function properly, the day can get horribly sweaty. “There are times if it’s 90 degrees, and I’m wearing a layering outfit, then I get hot. Overall my schedule doesn’t affect my outfit. If I look good, the whole day I will look good,” said radiologic technology major Yasmeen Din.

There are brave ones out there who can bear the heat. It is possible to be comfortable and still look good, whether that be in the summer heat or staying warm in crisp fall. “I would wear skinny jeans to be comfortable, because with skinny jeans, you can dress it up or dress it down,” said Stewart.

“It doesn’t matter what you wear, it’s how you put your outfit together. Let’s say you wear a T-shirt and jeans. You can add a jean jacket or any accessories. Make it look like you are fully awake and ready for the day,” Din said.

Once you get used to your schedule, you’ll know not to wear a pair of heels on the day that you have four classes in a row. You will be a master at knowing how to dress around your schedule.  

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