Studying from home this semester doesn’t mean you have to stay in your sweats all day, every day. Well, here’s a thought: let's talk more about clothes you can put together to create a casual and fashionable look. We all have jeans and t-shirts in our closets, but casual style goes beyond just these basics.
We all know clothing is a definition of our character but does casual wear always makes us feel we are doing our best? Yes, I know, sometimes when I see people in casual wear, they seem like they’ve just got out of bed. And like many of you reading this blog post, we are students and share the same concerns about clothing and style and sticking to a budget. Here are three ways to give your look a stylish boost.
Add A Pop of Colour
This season, natural colours are one of the biggest trends. Mix and match different shades of neutrals with a pop of fall colour like deep red, burnt orange and hunter green, and your casual look is refreshed!
Source: DEX Mock Neck Top, www.senecaboutique.ca
Emphasize your eyes! Since the pandemic started, sales of false lashes, mascara and eyebrow products have increased as people look for ways to express themselves behind masks and staying 6-feet apart.
Source: Gold Bronzed Smoky Eyes, Retrieved November 8th, 2020, from https://i.pinimg.com/564x/41/a2/82/41a282dcb7e4f21d59dbe39f47cf5594.jpg
Accessorize your go-to casuals with statement jewellery. Style your favourite T-shirt with a chunky necklace and hoop earrings. Be zoom-call ready for your online classes or video presentations!
Source: Retrieved November 8th 2020, from https://br.pinterest.com/pin/432134526747738762/