5 Outfit Ideas for University

With Semester 1 of my second year and now being back to blogging, I have so many ideas on blog posts about  university. This post is brought to you in collaboration with an Instagram page: fitz_by_h. Chuck that page a follow and continue reading for 5 outfit idea for university.

Spaghetti-Strapped Top Over A Basic Top

This is a really easy way to comfortably dress up a little. A small twist of wearing a basic top underneath a spaghetti-strapped top can go a long way; as shown by fitz_by_h below.  fitz_by_h has paired this combo with jeans however it can be paired with casual pants, skirts and so much more. The possibilities are endless.


It is all about finer details. One easy finer detail to add to your outfit is stripes. I personally prefer horizontal stripes as they make you seem slimmer however stripes are an easy go-to to spice up any outfit. fitz_by_h has also added a watch and fancy beaded bracelet to bring the look together. The watch even matches the belt and they both have silver detailing which in fact matches the second silver bracelet. Even though this may have been an accident, fitz_by_h also has a band-aid which matches the colour scheme of the top. After all “The Bandaids Really Be Holding This Pic Together.”

Colour Blocking

Having a plain outfit can go really far. It is simple, elegant and easy. Especially with a splash of colour. A blacktop on black socks and shoes ties the outfit together so if you would like to recreate this look try to match your top to your socks and shoes together. Matching what you can with your outfit make your outfit seem well thought out and put together. So even matching your jumper with your backpack can do the trick as well.

Matchy Matchy…Part 2?

Pairing a cardigan or a jumper with a bottom that are same colours with an opposing colour for a top it yet another way to easily look fancy.  Not much to be said amount of looking a million bucks. (Check out my previous post 5 Small Tips and Tricks to Look Like A Million Bucks for more million-dollar tips 😉 )

Dress up Track Pants

fitz_by_h has effortlessly paired a buttoned-up shirt over a basic top with track pants. This outfit paired with casual sneakers can make any lazy university day kinda fancy.  The gold watch and a brown beaded bracelet that ties the whole outfit together. This is also another way to try the basic top under another top.

Make Your Own Crop

If you have loose t-shirts or oversized woollen tops then you can use them to make a whole new silhouette. Just simply tug them underneath into your bra and bam a whole new top. fitz_by_h has paired a white woollen top with a vertical striped pant. Vertical striped pants elongated ones figure. If your pant has a detail of colour then try matching your top to that colour.

These 5 outfit ideas that easy, simple and effortless. 3 points to take away is accessories, fitting, and feel. Minor simple accessories can change your outfit; after all, it is the finer details. The way the clothes fit can make or break your outfit so make sure to keep an eye on that one. Also at the end of the day how you feel in your outfit is the most important thing ever. Don’t compromise your comfortability for an outfit because if you don’t feel comfortable in your outfit you are not going to have a good day.

I hope you enjoyed this post just as must fitz_by_h enjoyed making these outfits and I enjoyed writing this post. Hopefully, I will get more university-related posts out soon. Much Love ❤

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