Back to School Wardrobe

Tween Fashion Prepster Look
Tween Fashion Prepster Look

Hey GirlMoguls – it’s Daisy and I am back with more fashion tips – here’s how you can take those wardrobe basics or staples we talked about and mix and match them into a bunch of totally rad outfits.

  1. The White Tee – who said a white tee needs to be boring?  It doesn’t.  You can go simple by pairing it with jeans and a little cardigan, or if you’re going for a girly look, layer it under a tank dress and pair with leggings.
  2. The Jean Skirt – Artsy or Prepster – you choose.  To go for the artsy look, pair it with a printed top, ling cardigan and throw on a cute hat like a beret.  To totally prep out, tuck in a cute top, layer a cardigan or jacket on top and add in some knee-high socks – argyle preferred!
  3. Leggings – leggings get props for being totally versatile  that means you can wear them so many ways!  So pair them with cool boots, or as a layer under a boho inspired dress or skirt.
  4. There’s nothing plain about the plain tank – there’s a reason you will keep coming back to this piece over and over again.  Layer a spaghetti strap tank over a solid colored short sleeve tee or under a cute cardigan.

Back to School Fashion For Tweens – Part II

Hey GirlMoguls, it’s Daisy here – I am back with my next round of wardrobe staples for your back to school fall fashion.   Last time we covered fashion must haves – like the basic white tee and leggings.  So next up are items 3 &4 that will totally fab out your fall wardrobe!

jean-skirt-for-tweens
jean-skirt-for-tweens

Staple #3 – The jean skirt – yup, one or two jean skirts – not too short, not too long.  Depending on how much flair you can stand check out ones with cool designs on the back pockets, or maybe some embroidery or stitching along the front.  Go for a darker wash – like indigo or dark blue. If you can stock up on more than one, then choose a lighter wash.

Staple #4 – The tank – a plain tank in a variety of colors –including white and black will go great as the bottom layers for sweaters or other tops – and in the first few hot weeks, might be all you need.  Don’t go skimpy on the straps though  – look for wider straps that won’t slip off.

Ok, so now that you have the basics down, next time I’ll talk about all the mixing and matching you can do create a totally fab wardrobe from these pieces.

Posted by GirlMogul Daisy

Posted by GirlMogul Daisy
Posted by GirlMogul Daisy