We’re saying goodbye to summer and saying hello to the season of back to school, new styles, and new adventures. We’re excited to transition into fall clothing for the layers, laid back ‘fits, and cooler colors. And to prepare for the long school days ahead, we’re grabbing some inspiration from some awesome outfits made from some even more awesome bloggers. Get ready — class is in session and you’re right on time.
images via Fashion and Style
Vanja Milicevic of Fashion and Style is showing us some great back to school style in this ensemble. Flannels paired with a cool graphic tee is pretty much the ultimate school uniform. As we transition into fall, switch up bottoms with a nice dark skinny jean or leave as is, and wrap that flannel around your waist for an effortlessly rad look. Add a tote bag or backpack to this look and you’re headed into this semester with major style.
images via Modern Legacy
Parkas and jackets automatically make any outfit cooler with their laidback and relaxed style. Pair tunic style dresses with a little oversized goodness and easily transition from summer to fall. Tall boots would go great with this ‘fit or try a bootie with knee high socks. Thank you, Kaitlyn Ham of Modern Legacy, for showing us a cool way to express our laid back side.
images via Neon Blush
Even if you don’t play sports, it doesn’t mean you can’t show off a little “sporty spice”. This awesome tee is a nice addition to a back to school look. Jenny Ong, aka Neon Blush, is showing us some leg work with distressed denim and tucked in tee. You can totally switch it up with an easy mini or jean and your tee will go very far. The simple graphic lines on the shoulders gives us that sporty feel and is a school essential.
images via APRETTYPASS
Nineteen year old Juule Kay of APRETTYPASS definitely knows what that back to school feeling is really like. She’s paired a cool printed kimono cover-up over a soft dress and adds a little edge with a floppy hat. Accessorize this semester with awesome layered pieces and hats for an easy day in the classroom.
Bell’s rung – time for The Class of Whatever.