Monday, December 16, 2013

Winter Exam Wear

Exams.  We all hate them.  Nonetheless, we all have to take them at some point in our lives.  You can find out a lot about a person during this time.  For example, some individuals are completely prepared, show up early, and receive the highest grade.  Others are planners.  These students are honest with themselves and know what to expect from themselves.  Lastly are the minimalists, the people who cram all night, roll out of bed minutes before the exam, and bring only what they need.  No matter what type of test taker you are, the best way to rock your finals or midterms is to do what works best for you.  Here are a few attire examples to help you through this crazy time of year.

The Prepared Star-Student:

If you fit into this category, I bet you already have each of your outfits selected.  There is nothing wrong with that!  If you are still in need of inspiration, think about pairing colorful skinny jeans with a patterned sweater.  Wedged TOMS make the perfect addition to this outfit because they are stylish, warm, and comfortable enough for long walks across campus.  A large tote, like the Kate Spade Elissa, is perfect for holding all of your essentials including motivational pencils and your adorable planner.

Finals Organized

The Planned-Out Student:

You might not be as prepared as the Star-Student, however you know what you need.  This Victoria's Secret PINK pullover and H&M jeggings make a perfect combination for long study sessions in the library.  Do not forget to pack all of your essentials in your easy to use backpack and a comfortable pair of boots to finish the look.

Finals Planned


The Last-Minute Student:

We all know these students.  They sit in the back of class, arrive just on time, and never pack anything more than they know they will need.  If this is you, pair an oversized sweater with comfortable pants and light shoes.  Small clutches or cross-body bags are the perfect size for your exam accessories, such as a Lilly Pulitzer pocket calculator and mini notebook from Vera Bradley.

Finals Minimum

Happy exams and may the odds be ever in your favor.

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