Going To School With Style!

Going To School With Style!

Now that school is back in session for the Spring, it's time to re-vamp your style! In the previous blog post, I talked about how to change your life with style. Today on the blog, I am going to be talking about how you can change your style for school!

Trust me, I am just as guilty, going to school in sweats and a sweatshirt, but as we get older, we have to start practicing on how to look professional! School is the best place to start practicing this! Make it fun and change it up with accessories and shoes. You can never have too many shoes by the way....

Here are my TOP picks for this spring semester!

1. Keepin' it trendy.

Denim has been "in" for years! Whether its a jean jacket with jeans, known as the Canadian Tuxedo, or denim skirts, it's a thing, and I love it! I LOVE this denim trench. It's versatile and light for the spring months ahead.

2. Keepin' it simple.

Simpler is better when it comes to a full day at school. During the spring months, it's chilly in the morning and warmer in the afternoon! What better way to stay warm or cool with a scarf that you can put on and take off whenever you feel the need to do so. 

3. Keepin' it professional

The professional look can be simple. This beautiful suede jacket is perfect to either dress up a look, or to keep it casual! I love wearing this jacket to work meetings, and for a night out on the town! Versatile and adorable. My fave!

4. Keepin' it warm

Even though it's spring, as mentioned previously, it's cool in the morning and warmer in the afternoon! Having a cute sweater that is lightweight to wear during the day under a jacket will keep you warm, and keep you cool! Win win!

I hope you are having the best time so far at school! (Said very little people....) But I mean it! School should be fun, especially when you have a fantastic outfit!

Until next time,
Delphine
ForElyse.com

 

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