By Kenzi, age 18, California
From high school to college is a big transition, especially for young girls. As a high school girl one tends to care far too much about looks and strives to have the cutest outfit on a daily basis. College, however, is a whole different world of clothing. Going to class in your usual BKE, MEK, Miss Me's and Rock Revivals is going to make you stand out, and not so much in a good way. Of course, you'll look cute and dressed up, but the majority of the people (especially for early classes) are going to be dressed in sweats. Comfy clothes are the "it" factor for college students ... but how is it possible to be comfortable and still be cute?
a. Rick Owens Lilies Paneled jersey leggings are available for $320 at Net-A-Porter.
b. Nordstrom Cable Knit Slipper Socks are available for $18 at Nordstrom.
c. Cabernet Tall Cable Knit Faux-Fur-Cuff Booties are available for $30 at Dillards.
d. Citizens Of Humanity Jeans Jade French Terry Boat Neck is available for $134 at Revolve Clothing.
a. Bailey Draped Knit Jumper is available for $155 at Reiss.
b. Harem Trouser (Steel) is available for $120 at Rich & Skinny.
c. Steve Madden Women's Button Slippers are available for $39 at Endless.com.
a. Cotton & Cashmere Drape-front Sweater is available for $48 at Victoria's Secret.
b. Victoria's Secret Pink Michigan State Varsity Pant is available for $58 at Victoria's Secret.
c. Tamarac by Slippers International Women's Sandra Slipper is available for $49 at Endless.com.
The looks I designed are just an example of ways to throw on some comfortable, yet adorable, outfits before early bird classes. All three would sparkle with a messy up-do for support.