It’s fall time, and this means that everyone is starting college fashion! I know that going to college and picking out outfits every day might be overwhelming sometimes, especially when it’s your first-ever semester. That’s why I compiled 25 casual outfit ideas that every girl who goes to college will love. Trust me, I’ve been there, done that!
So what makes a look suitable for college girls? Comfort! Remember that comfort should always come first. Load up on jeans, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and outerwear such as utility jackets and denim jackets. Also, don’t forget to pair your college outfit with stylish sneakers and backpacks or over-sized handbags, to fit all your daily essentials.
Bunka Fashion College
Bunka Fashion College is a Japanese vocational school specializing in fashion design and related disciplines. It is headquartered in Shinjuku, Tokyo, and has more than 70 branches throughout Japan. The College was founded in 1919 by Isaburo Namiki as a small dressmaking school for girls called Namiki Dressmaking School, at a time when European-style clothing for women was still considered modern and was only available for affluent families. In 1936, the name of the school became Bunka Fashion College, and it began publishing So-en, Japan’s first fashion magazine.
The Bunka Fashion College went through three major eras: First it taught people and families and to make clothes; then in the 1960s, designers from the school such as Kenzo Takada (who enrolled in 1958) and Yohji Yamamoto emerged on the international fashion scene and drove the rise of modern Japanese fashion; Since the 2000s, the school aims to develop a more global and sustainable fashion industry.
College Fashion For Men’s
White T-Shirt + Black/Blue Jeans + White Sneakers
You can never go wrong while pairing a simple crew neck or v-neck white T-shirt, slim-fit black jeans and white sneakers for college. Because on some days, simplicity and minimal efforts are going to save.
Graphic T-Shirt + Blue Jeans + Denim Jacket + Suede Brown Shoes
As an upgrade from the simplest college outfit (the one above), here’s one that features graphic t-shirts — the stuff that was literally born for college-going guys. Pair them with a pair of blue jeans and your choice of sneakers and trust us, you’ll realize how effective yet spiffy this outfit can appear. Now just top things off with a denim jacket and you’re all set for any day at college.
Checked Shirt + Dark Wash Jeans + Boots
As much as we’d like to deny, but checked shirts will never go out of style. They’re classic, come in a million variants and can even with paired with leather boots (besides sneakers as well). Keep it simple: just style with a pair of jeans and complete with a pair of boots in brown or black (depending upon the color of your shirt).
Basic T-Shirt + Denim Shirt + Classic Jeans + Coloured Sneakers
Unfortunately (or fortunately), denim is one of the noblest fabrics available for men. There are a million washes and types of it available out there, which is simply perfect for college-going guys. One of the simplest denim combos really is the pairing of a basic T-shirt, topped with a denim shirt and completed with jeans and colored kicks. Also known as denim-on-denim, this is your starter-pack to channeling a runway-approved trend in your college corridors.
College Fashion Week
In a time of ever-increasing options, knowing what to wear, and therefore what to buy, can be exceedingly difficult. Some extremists like to consider the recent aggressive increase of trends to be the reason so many have adopted minimalism. Then there’s the maximalists who jump all in and say the more trends, the better. We like to think we fall somewhere in the middle — the camp that toes the line between wanting to build out a solid wardrobe, but with items that are more modern than the ho-hum classics.
To tackle the onslaught of fall arrivals, we’re bringing that happy medium to life with the ultimate fall starter kit. Do away with the crippling indecision over what to pull the plug on while shopping for the upcoming season. Instead, fall back on these 13 autumn essentials to create a wardrobe that’s one-part classic (chunky knits, blazers, black booties) and one-part trendy (knee-high boots, silk skirts, see-through turtlenecks). Whether you’re on a baller budget or a college one, embrace the upcoming season like Target’s already embraced Halloween (a.k.a. too soon) with these cozy must-haves.
Best College For Fashion Designing
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Parsons, The New School for Design
Offering programs in fashion design, fashion studies and fashion marketing, Parsons, The New School for Design boasts graduates such as Tom Ford, Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, and Jason Wu. Tuition costs US$49,844 per year, and you’ll also need to pay fees for student services and the student senate (totaling $198 per term).
The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
Known by some as the MIT of the fashion world, the Fashion Institute of Technology offers programs in fashion design, business, marketing, illustrating and styling. Established in 1944, the school has 8,846 students overall and boasts Carolina Herrera, Calvin Klein, and Michael Kors among its alumni.
Central Saint Martins
Part of the University of the Arts London (UAL), Central Saint Martins offers programs in fashion, textile and jewelry design. Partially government-funded, Central Saint Martins is accessible to talented students from all social spheres and offers a world-class teaching staff, including international fashion figures such as Professor Louise Wilson.