My First Day of Class Look: Simple & Classic

Happy first day of classes!

Today I started the second semester of my junior year. I decided to put the yoga pants and leggings on hold for a day to break out a simple, yet classic outfit for the first day of classes.

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Cardigan: New York & Company | Cami: New York & Company | Jeans: American Eagle | Boots: DSW | Necklace: My Name Necklace

It’s a pretty warm day out for a winter in Connecticut, so I decided to wear just the simple cardigan. However, I couldn’t not sparkle on my first day of classes, which is why of all the cardigans I own, I decided to wear one with gold-glitter stitching. The look combines all classic and simple pieces that are staples in any girl’s closet.

Follow me on Instagram to see what other outfits I will be posting this semester.

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First Day Back To Classes: A Cute Outfit Thanks to Great Savings from Campus Book Rentals!

This is a sponsored post. However, all opinions are my own.

On this snowy, snowy day in Connecticut, I had my first day of classes! Both went really well and I am looking forward to the rest of the semester….even though my first class WAS at 8 a.m. Tomorrow, is one of my busier days. But hey, by the looks of this snow storm right now, who knows if I will even have class tomorrow! Quinnipiac cancelled classes starting at 5 p.m. today!

However, I am sharing with you all my first Outfit of the Day (OOTD, for all ya’ll Instagramers):

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Shirt: Gap
Scarf: Gap
Vest: Gap
Jeans: American Eagle
Boots: DSW

And how was I able to get that super cute outfit WHILE still having all my text books? Thanks to Campus Book Rentals!

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Campus Book Rentals offers 40% – 90% off of your school’s bookstore prices, provides free shipping, allows you to highlight in the textbooks, has flexible renting period, and donates to Operation Smile with each textbook rented.

Interested? Check out this video!

OR do you wanna buy some super cute clothes, but don’t have enough cash? If you have some of your extra textbooks lying around your room, remove the clutter and check out Campus Book Rental‘s RentBack program. This program can help you make 2x – 4x the amount of money compared to what you would make by selling your books back to the bookstore. OR, if they’re just sitting there, you’ll make more money compared to the none you would originally have!

Now, you can’t tell me this doesn’t sound appealing! Now go check out Campus Book Rentals!

Now that you have all this extra cash, what will YOU spend it on?