I have been stressing for a week now over my first biology test of the semester. I have not taken a physical science course since high school, so it makes sense why I am stressing. Liv and science just doesn’t mix well. After a night of studying, I finished my biology exam in 20 minutes. The 50 multiple-choice questions were basic, so fingers crossed I hope I aced the test.
Since I finished my exam quickly, I had extra time in my schedule to relax before my next class, so what better way to relax than write a very short style post for you all.
It’s not a long post, since I have to get back to work and read Act 2 of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night (BORING). I wanted to show you all what I normally wear to class. I call it my campus style. Usually the night before I mentally plan my outfit for the next day. This way when my alarm goes off and I am still in a daze, I can rub my sleepy eyes and have some idea of what to wear for the day.
I have sort of a “formula” in dressing for class. It starts with leggings or jeans, a sweater or poncho, a scarf, earrings and a necklace, and whatever footwear I am currently loving. It is easier than it seems.
Today’s outfit features a few of my favorite pieces from this season, including my tribal print poncho from Lord and Taylor’s, layered over my basic gray long-sleeve top from Zara. Ponchos are my best friends for the cold winter days because I feel like I am wrapped in a blanket. I paired my poncho with my Just USA distressed black jeans. These black jeans are so edgy and can be transitioned from daytime to nighttime with a different top, sweater, and jewelry.
As for accessories, I always like to go to my lucky elephant, so of course I am wearing my gold elephant pendant necklace from Forever 21. No outfit is complete without my Sorel wedges. My 1964 Premium Sorel Wedge Boot has been my go-to winter shoe. They are waterproof, comfortable for my long walks around campus, and fashionable. Plus they give me a little boost in height. Are you still looking for more style inspiration on how to style these Sorel boots, check out previous posts here.
Wow! Time flew. Good thing I looked at the clock because it is time for my next class. I am glad I spent my break being productive writing a new post for you all and showcasing my campus style. Let me know down below what pieces make up your everyday style.