College closet essentials | what to pack for the fall
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Now that you're here, I'm assuming that you're here to seek some sort of guidance on what kind of clothes to bring to college for the fall. You're in luck, because here I am ready to impart that wisdom. Now, you might be wondering, Meg, what is it that exactly qualifies you to give its any sort of advice on styling and fashion? And I'm gonna be completely honest with you. There's nothing really that qualifies me other than my seven years of dedicated Pinterest scrolling and my senior Bick would ward of best dressed. You know, I'm just gonna leave that there and let's move on. You always want to bring a couple of plain shirts that are really good for layering and what I mean plane. I just mean shirts that don't really have any features on that really stand out. As I said before, they're really good at layering. They go really well with basically any kind of outfits of the really versatile. Then you want to bring a couple of statement shirts so these air shirts that you kind of have limited options of outfitting and layering with personally, my statement shirts don't even make that much of a statement there just kind of extra in certain ways. I usually just wear like old T shirts of mine, But you do you you bring what you want, Then you want a couple of sweaters. They go with basically any type of pense that you have and the bird for the fall, the ones that I'm wearing. The gray one is a Kevin client sweater that I found a goodwill, actually, and my green one is from H and M, I believe, who also remember to bring a dress or a couple of dresses for May. I have a lot of dresses because I go to church on a weekly basis, so but you might want to bring one if you want to wear them thio parties or if you have special events coming up in the middle of the year now on to pants, which are my favorite part. I am addicted to pants and, you know, I've admitted my addiction, so that's the first step to recovery. I usually like to wear pants that are old with darker in color and then pair them with a lighter or colorful top. So I have a lot of pants that are gray black Ducker genes that there's. Of course, there's no rule that says you can only wear dark pants in the fall like that would be stupid. I have a lot of white pants that I like to pair with more colorful tops. What's maybe running leggings, joggers pants that you could wear when you're working out, or even if you're just chilling. As for shoes, bring shoes that you're comfortable walking a lot in on average. I probably walk around 30 minutes to sometimes even two hours a day around campus, so be prepared for that. I like to wear my white Adidas sneakers were my white, um, Nike Air Force ones, which are yes, they are a basic white girl shoe, but they're cute and they go with basically any outfit. So don't judge me, Okay? Also, bring a good pair of running shoes. You know, I'm from Oregon, so I'm always repping Nike. Maybe bring some for dresses, shoes like heels, maybe a pair of Chelsea boots. I love black Chelsea boots because they go really well with a lot of outfits. You can find them a basically any department or shoe store honestly, wouldn't be surprised if you found out 7 11 completely disregarded jackets and mentioning video later. Um, I'd like to bring a couple cardigans to college. It's good in between between heavy fat jackets and Liggett in long sleeves. Those are super cute, and I also have ah, green bomber jacket. Some jacket that's pretty casual that will also keep you. Before you click out, I have one last piece of really key advice for college. I know for sure 100% Okay, maybe 99% that you have some clothes in your closet right now that have not been worn. That's because if you don't wear those clothes now, why would you wear them in college, right? I mean, take my advice.