How to Put Together a College Wardrobe

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Putting together a successful college wardrobe always requires you to think about the future. Put together a college wardrobe with help from a fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Brandhyze with Frugal-nomics, here at Grey Era Vintage in New York City showing you how to put together a college wardrobe. Now going away to college is often times the first time that people venture away from home for an extended amount of time. So you'll need to have things that you can mix and match and also have your basics covered. You'll need jeans, a variety of shorts, different tops be it T-shirts, short sleeve, tank tops, long sleeves, they can be layered, mix and match and have fun. You'll need different dresses, going out with friends, party, different social gatherings, so make sure to have an assortment of those. You'll want to have the little black dress. It's basic, it's classic, it's fun, you can wear it anywhere and you'll get a lot of use out of this. Also, in college you'll be going on interviews, so you'll need a suit. Often times you can get away with a dark suit, a black, a navy, or even a gray and make sure you have plenty of button downs to mix and match it and get the most mileage out of your suits. You'll want different blazers, different workout apparel that you might have, layering, you can do different sweaters and if you're going to be places with colder weather, you may want to have a Winter coat on hand so you'll be ready for the season. Different accessories are great, they can pizazz up any outfit. So even if you have a basic plain outfit, if you have different statement necklaces and belts that's always a good way to accessorize and have fun with your wardrobe. That's how you put together a college wardrobe. I'm Brandhyze Stanley with Frugal-nomics. I'm here at Grey Era Vintage in New York City. Thank you for watching.


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