What to Wear: Sorority Fall Parties
August 24, 2012 | by KaylaD
Autumn is an amazing time of year; especially for us fashion-obsessed. We get the chance to have some serious fun with layering and mixing and matching different jackets and boots. But when school starts back up, the pressure is on to keep your wardrobe on-trend and still have it reflect your own personal style.
For sorority girls, our back-to-school wardrobe is especially important because of fall parties. These will set the tone for the entire school year, so make sure that you are fully prepared, wardrobe included.Here are 3 ideas that will allow you to play different roles for the night. Most of the time, these parties will have a set theme or an overall vibe. Know beforehand what to expect and plan your outfit accordingly.
1. To showcase your girly side, pair a fitted denim shirt with a neutral flared skirt, then add a pop of color! Have fun experimenting with your favorite colors – the possibilities are endless!. If you’re stuck, the deep purple in the example below is ‘in’ this fall.
*For an even more flirty look, find a peek-a-boo denim top. Bare shoulders are underrated.2. To stay casual and classy, mid-wash jeans with brown boots add instant sophistication to any outfit. Keep the colors neutral but with small details and pops of colors with the autumns’ deep colors. For an extra For an added top-notch look, try to make your phone cover match your outfit. Prepared from head-to-toe!
3. Sometimes, we all want to have some fun with our style and bring out our inner “wild side.” Pair some fun print leggings with a super cool jacket. Throw on studded shoes, and add a colored clutch. Your look will scream classy, chic, and confident.
* Keep the accessories to a minimum. Too many ‘wild’ pieces will make you seem gaudy.Coming up with a new outfit does not require you to head out on a shopping spree. Many times you have the basic garments already in your wardrobe. Just simply piece them together to create a “new” look. Fall parties will be coming up and this is one way you can be prepared to show off your unique style.For a fun DIY fashion project, Check this out! Perfect for fall parties.
Kayla Divelbiss, Gradate from Academy of Design. Follow her @kaylajdivelbiss. To stay tuned to more articles for classy co-eds be sure to follow College Lifestyle on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.