The *perfect* outfits for virtual school

These past couple of days may have thrown some major curve balls into your lives, one of the biggest being virtual schooling.

While being able to avoid the hassle of waking up super early to get ready and tame your bedhead may seem inviting, its important you continue to start off your day ready to learn and be proactive with your education. Here are five stuctured, yet comfy looks that will have you dressed for success in your new (home) classroom. 

Sweatpants instead of PJs


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Trade out your fuzzy bunny fleece PJ pants for some just-as-cozy sweatpants. Getting out of your sleep clothes will automatically motivate you to jump out of bed and start working on something productive. You can pair this with a cropped cardigan to make your outfit more put together while still maintaing that homey touch. 

Relaxed boyfriend jeans


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Jeans are a go-to when you're in desperate need of some relaxed structure. While skinny jeans can feel super binding, a relaxed boyfriend fit will give you the legroom you need to kick your feet up with your assigned reading or practice the vocab dance you made as a study aid. 

Matching sets 


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With virtual due dates and constant rescheduling, the best way to take away the stress of picking out clothes in the morning is by relying on the outfits that someone else picked out for you. Two-piece sets already come together to create a well balanced look so you slay the day without any extra effort. 

Comfy sweaters


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If only for the video lecture, slip on a stylish university crew neck or v-neck cropped sweater to give you the just right amount of scholarly vibes. This will pair perfectly with all your comfy bottoms—from denim to stretchy athletic leggings. 

Baggy overalls 


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This universal one piece has to be one of the easiest thing to simply throw on. You can layer under or over it, and cultivate a look that gets your creative juices flowing for your art project or reorganizing everything in your bedroom. 

What looks have you been sporting down your virtual hallways? Let us know down below. 

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by Cassandra R Lopez | 3/18/2020