Dressing for success starts in college/university. How should I dress is something you should ask yourself. Being in college is a part of growing up and the reality is simple, if you don’t get a hang on the appropriate college fashion styles to wear then the first year after college might just be a wardrobe disaster. That being said the greatest benefit you can attribute to yourself right now is simple, learn how to wear what to what lecture.
We’ve decided to help you with that choice, there are so many types of studies but we would put the popular one’s and our idea on what to wear to the classroom…
COLLEGE FASHION | GUIDE BOOK
People that fall under this category we’ve created can be engineers,computer scientist etc… In the real world, these people can get away with the most casual style of dressing as is evident below…
Whether it’s the social sciences, economics etc… These people have to learn the formal way of dressing. Suit’s and Tie’s are always welcome but while in college you could go with a business formal look. See the sample.
Art’s & Culture
These guy’s are quirky in some parts and business in others so we would break it down into two looks, one for the pure artist, the actors entertainers etc and the other for the advertisers, the media experts.
Education is a big deal and so is appearance. To the educator, your looks speaks before you do so let your college fashion represent who you want to be in future. See sample…
The super nerds, the sink my face into a book, the I don’t have time for college fashion; well guess what guys, medical practitioners in the real world are among some of the most stylish people. Start now by checking out these sample.
Muse: Folake Kuye Huntoon of Stylepanty
We hope you have learnt a thing or two from these college fashion tips we’ve shared… Stay in school![mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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