Campus Style: Cute, Comfortable, and Versatile College Fashion

College can be fun and rewarding, but also stressful and serious, which is why I believe your clothes should accurately reflect this experience. If you allow your wardrobe to abide by three simple things—look good, feel comfortable, and be versatile—then you'll be well on your way to feeling confident while also getting more wear out of your clothes because, let's face it, most college student are broke. When it comes to your style, achieving this trio of characteristics is easy with the help of a few tips. Whether it's an early morning class, library study session, or a party with friends, following my styling advice and putting your own personal spin on things will make getting dressed feel like a breeze all semester long.

Class Comfort

Having to wake up early is usually the last thing most college students want to do, but rather than wear your pajamas to class with the actual "just rolled out of bed" vibe, show up looking casual chic instead. Summer can get warm, so get some sun while walking to class in a trending cold shoulder blouse. Pairing this with skinny jeans or shorts and wedges will look appropriately stylish and comfortable. With the proper outerwear, you can wear this through the autumn season.

Study Style

Whether it's 3 o'clock in the morning or 3 o'clock in the afternoon, being relaxed for a study session, especially during finals week, is of the utmost importance. Take advantage of the recent athleisure trend that also happens to be a celebrity favorite, and don your workout wear when you hit the books. Stretchy track pants, mesh tanks layered over sports bras, and comfy sneakers will allow for lots of stretch breaks to get your blood flowing between chapters. Choose vibrant colors to put a little extra pep in your step, and toss on a stylish sweater when the temps cool off later in the semester.

Social Chic

Parties and hanging out with friends are a big part of college life. And if you're like most students, you want to look your personal best when hanging in your social circles. Suede has made a big comeback this season, which is great news for students because the material is appropriate for all seasons. Choose a suede skirt and pair with gladiator sandals and a cute top for warm summer nights. When fall rolls around pair the same skirt with leggings, booties and sweater.

Prim Professional

Job interviews, internships, networking, and other professional mixers may be in the cards for many students, especially those in their junior and senior years. Being prepared is essential because you never know when something important may arise. Modern office style is easily achievable when you throw a great dress into the mix. Choose something conservative that hits just a couple of inches above the knee. Pair with peep-toe heels and a statement necklace for spring and summer. To make it more wearable during chillier months, style the dress with knit tights, ankle booties and blazer.

The new semester has officially begun, so there won't be a better time to focus on getting your closet in order. Being able to grab something quickly and confidently before starting your day is a great benefit for busy college students. By following my suggestions on choosing cute, comfortable, and versatile pieces, you'll not only look great, but you'll feel great too!

Disclosure: Photos are not mine; full credits to Line Deco.