Yes, it’s that time of the year again! When parents feel the pain on their credit card bill after the last back-to-school shopping trip with their kids.
Well, we feel your pain, but we also feel a rush of excitement because it’s our duty, with our stellar lineup of boutiques at The Market Common, to help your kids (of all ages) look and feel good on their first day of school. So we hit the sidewalks and collected a handful of A+ outfit ideas for both students and teachers to head back to the classroom in style.
This lightweight blouse by entro will have you thinking fall, but staying cool, paired with white Umgee jeans, which you can get away with slipping on any time of year here on the coast. Add those signature Bijuju accessories in gold (cuff, lenses and drop earrings) and you’ll be at the head of the class.
Student ID? Check. Credit card? Check. It’s all kept in place and close to your person with one of these sports team lanyards – available in just about any NCAA and pro team out there – sold at Back-Yard Sports. We’d like to think of it as “responsibly stylish.” Go team!
This fun, folksy ensemble from our friends at Anthropologie eases into the fall season with finesse. The plaid top resembles the flannels of fall, but is thin and feminine, which we love. Cuffed jeans are more playful fun tied up with a colorful scarf belt. And the beaded clutch is beyond cute. On top of that, look good on paper, with any of Antropologie’s notebooks, planners and pens.
For those cool evenings that sometimes creep into late fall, one of the gorgeous kimonos by G available at Handpicked is the perfect layer to wrap around a tee or tank. And the must-have accent piece is one of Handpicked’s signature monogrammed necklaces.
This classy getup is all business – and you’ll look like the boss – from the black suede skirt by Wild Honey to the charcoal shawl by Look by M to the sexy tank by Niki Viki and jewelry that makes a statement by Ivy & Leo.
This canyon rose-themed outfit for fall is reminiscent of the Arizona desert and will make you stand out here on the Southern coast, with all of the pretty little details sewn into the embroidery. And the black cowboy hat gives it a strong, “How do you do?”
Blog written by Ashley Daniels.