If you’re a college student, like me, or even feeling your senioritis in high school, then you definitely know the struggle of not having the energy to always dress your “best” for class. This is where it’s extremely important to have your fashionable lounge clothes but be able to successful accessorize for a “cute but bummy” look.
You do know that you can still be fashionable and dressed down right? This can definitely be your go-to style when you don’t feel like putting in a massive effort to get all dolled up, but a cute bummy look will never go out of style.
Personally, I’ve drawn inspiration from celebrities who I feel can nail this look down precisely. It’s not a hard thing to achieve, but you definitely want to find the right balance for what you’re most comfortable in. The best part is that you probably have all the clothes and materials needed already at home!
Here are my top three celebrities that effortlessly achieve this look the best.
I absolutely love pairing my fit with the iconic Jordan “1’s”. This shoe can literally go with pretty much any casual look, but still help you look put together at the same time. Pair some sneakers with some distressed baggy jeans and a cropped sleeveless sweatshirt with your hair in a top knot or loose and free.
All black, let’s do a hit! Just kidding. Doing an all-black or black and white dressed down fit is definitely something you can never go wrong with. With the Adidas brand and their comfortable jogging pants/leggings, you can easily make this fit fashionably pleasing to your comfort level and street style.
Honestly, Taylor just might be my favorite when it comes to the cute but bummy, tomboyish, and street style looks. She’s literally able to rock every look that could be deemed “bummy” and makes it look so fire.
I love pairing baggy sweatpants with a fitted leather jacket and layers with my shirts. Definitely throw on a hat to top off the baggy look for an effortless finishing touch. Taylor kills every look she does and I love her style when it comes to dressing down because it doesn’t even seem that way when she puts it all together. If you don’t know how to put any of your ideas together, I would definitely recommend studying tips from her.
By Kori Barnes, Sophomore, UNLV