Textured Sweater: H&M
Jeans: Zara and DIY
Maxi Cardigan: Pull&Bear
Black Boots: Pull&Bear
Threw on all the neutrals in one outfit. How convenient! That's why I (almost) never struggle with pairing colorful items because I don't usually wear them.
I wish that my cardigan was thicker so I can wear it in Winter as well.
I don't know about you but in my case, I don't find much difference in how I dress to go to uni and how I dress when I go out. Of course that there's a small difference here and there. The shoes for example. I'm not going to wear heels to uni.
What I mean is that I dress this way wherever I go (adapting every outfit according to the occasion) not because I want to stand out from the crowd or anything like that but I just dress up when I feel great and dress down when I feel lazy and that's it. There are many people who might think that I get dressed up for school but the funny thing is that I don't put much effort in it because that's how I normally look! I mean: tops, shirts, jeans, jackets, etc. Does that sound fancy to you? I think people get confused between "to dress up" and "to have style".
In my first years of uni, I used to think that I didn't have to look good to go to school. Wearing pretty clothes is a waste so I just didn't care about it. However, now that I'm more into blogging, I don't find "looking good" for school as a waste of time at all! I actually feel better when I put on my daily eyeliner and do my eyebrows and prepare my next day's outfit. I've been more confident and comfortable in the way I style my clothes. Now I can wear whatever I like and feel gorgeous in it!