Fashion tips for university students
What do students wear on Longwood University’s campus?
- L.L. Bean Boots
- Maxi Skirts
- Skinny Jeans
- Riding Boots
- Organization-related T-shirts/Sweatshirts
- Floral Prints
- Sun Dresses
- L.L. Bean Boots
- “Jorts” (jean shorts)
- Longwood University spirit wear
- Organization-related T-shirts/sweatshirts
- Button-up shirts and Polos
- Khakis Pants
- Vineyard Vines
college fashion various among students.
How does Longwood University’s student style vary?
- Students will wear different things depending weather, affiliation, and current campus events.
- Students will wear clothes that relate to their respected organizations.
- On game days, usually students will wear Longwood University spirit wear.
- Sorority women will wear jumpers about twice a month.
- Greeks wear letters A LOT.
Additional Style Advice for College Girls
Here are some style tips for every college girl:
Floral Prints- No matter who you are, floral prints will never go out of style. Floral prints can be found on almost any style of clothing and can be both subtle or over-the-top depending on the occasion or your personality.
Headbands- Forget your typical baseball cap and wear a headband instead. Rarely seen on campus, this is the perfect accessory for a hippie girl who wants to stand out. Headbands are perfect because they come in all different shapes and sizes, as well as can be worn in different ways.
Maxi Skirts- Want to look long, lean and super chill? Then get yourself a maxi skirt. Maxi skirts are great to pair with a nice crop top, sandal, headband, or sweater.
Loose Knitted Sweaters- These are the best for the boho girl in the fall or winter. Pair a loose knitted sweater with a pair of leggings and mid-calf boots and you’re good to go.
Ked-like Sneakers- Sneakers like Keds make your legs look long and slim. They can be worn with skirts, dresses, shorts, and pants if worn right. Also, they are comfortable and a great investment when you are walking from class to class.
Nautical Wear- There is never a time to not rock a timeless look (especially at Longwood). Wearing something nautical, like red, white, and blue, a striped shirt, or Sperry shoes, is a great relaxed look that will make you look put-together and fun.
Rings- Rings are subtle and often hidden. Worn right, they can be the accessory that pulls your outfit together and adds sass.
Heart Shaped Sunglasses- This one varies, because if you are super girly, you are probably one of the only people who can get away with wearing some funky sunglasses. The heart shape will show your girly personality, while also making you stand out amongst the typical Ray Bans and Aviators most college student wear.
Combat Boots- Combat boots can be both edgy and girl. Most are also durable and will last long because they look great worn and beat up.
Cropped Boyfriend Jeans- Nothing is better than being comfortable while studying and hanging out around campus. A cropped boyfriend jean will give you that comfort ability while also giving you a great in-style look.
Blazers- Blazers just beam smart. This is a great piece to double as business and casual depending on how you wear it. It is also something great to have in your fashion arsenal for job interviews, banquets and formal presentations.
Nike Air Max’s- Seriously, these are the hottest casual-sporty shoes around. They come in an assortment of colors for the assortment of athletic college girls out there. Show them off with a nice pair of athletic shorts to match, and no one will be able to stop you on and off the playing field. At Longwood, you will see many of the athletes wearing these shoes.
Clutch- This is one for a real fashionista, because they don’t carry around just the typical satchel or wristlet, they rock something different and often impractical for most college girls: the clutch. The clutch is great because it is sophisticated, as well as an accessory that will make you stand out from the crowd.
College fashions for girls to wear on campus.
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