Teen fashion trends for school
What's in in teen fashion trends for schoolWhen school starts, it always means a time for renewal in teen fashion (read: a time to find a great new look!). The first day of school has passed, and hopefully, the first appearance you made after the summer break was a good one, because first impressions do matter. But never fear, there's always room for improvement!
Keep things simple and classic, nothing in-your-face or over the top. It's okay to be a little trendy, but you have to adapt the trends to your personal style, or you'll end up looking like a major trend-chaser. Put on the confidence! If you don't have it, fake it. When you aren't doubting yourself, no one else will doubt you or your clothing choices.
Create the Outfit
If you wore a great killer ensemble for your grand entrance the first day of school, just make sure you back up your outfit and keep your dressing pattern consistent. That is, don't wear an ultra trendy, right-off-the-runway look and then turn around and wear simple jeans and a tee combo the rest of the year.
Look good, but nothing too dressy or attention-grabbing (only exception is if that's the look you're going for the whole school year!).
Here are several teen fashion looks to consider:
Updated Gypsy: Change the vibe of serious chino trousers (low-rise, a little baggy, but still chic) with a hippie-esque gauzy peasant top. Throw on a few beaded bracelets and add a pair of semi-dressy kitten-heeled sandals.
Chic&understated: Black tee with dark denim hipsters, black boots, low-slung black belt, plus an oversized eye-catching necklace in turquoise, silver, or coral. Tres chic! This look (minus the jewelry, of course) is equally cool for guys: black skinny jeans, graphic tees and street sneakers can be the "uniform" for the entire school year.
One part western, one part sophisticated: Distressed boot cut jeans, fitted striped oxford (stay away from plaid to avoid a complete cowgirl look), fringed belt, and pointy-toe boots. Remember to coordinate shoes and belt!
Athletic-inspired: Although a too-cute track suit is absolutely perfect for any other school day, it's just too casual. Instead, wear a just-loose-enough, colorful hoodie with a sharp denim mini, fitted tank, and bright new sneaks.
Add the accessories: Accessories definitely make or break the clothing. The perfect shoe and belt combination, plus jewelry is required for any great look. Here are five things that you need to fully accessorize this school year:
Fringe suede belt: Adds a rustic appeal to hipsters and a sleek tee. Turquoise. There's nothing better than a great turquoise necklace or cuff with black - such a clean, chic combination!
Chandelier earrings: So elegant, yet so easy to pull off! These gorgeous jewels look just as great with an evening gown as they do with a feminine top and denim.
Trendy sneaks: Required both for those stylishly sporty and those just plain stylish. A great pair of sneaks can take you anywhere.
Boots: Whether you choose a sleek black or distressed brown leather style, the look will definitely be hot with some boots!
Important stuff to keep in mind when considering the complete picture of your teen fashion look for school: Your school necessities should be funky and fresh, just like your style. Search for cool