6 Outfits for Studying in the Library

At any university in the world, you'll see students cramming for their exams during finals week. Although it might be tempting to wear sweats or pajamas, a basic outfit can be both comfortable and stylish. The library I study in is usually cold, so having a sweater and cozy scarf is a must. Your favorite jeans and flats will round off the look. A large bag will hold your books, laptop, and papers. It's functional and fashionable.

This look will also work for studying at your local coffee shop or a study session with a friend.

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Here are a few more looks for comfortable yet stylish study sessions:


Pair your favorite printed shirt with a pair of comfortable blue pants, black flats and a cotton blazer for a more put-together look.


Colorful jeggings and a white shirt, with carefree accessories and a warm knit hat will make your library trip a little cozier.


If you're going for something simple and comfortable, pair a plain t-shirt with your favorite, worn jeans and a pair of moccasins. Add a circle scarf for some color.

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Not feeling the jeans look? Go for a loose shirt and a long skirt with a pair of leather flats. Don't forget to pair it with your favorite book bag.

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A open knit sweater is all the rage, and will keep you comfortable and warm! A watch can help you keep track of the time, and flat boots will keep your toes toasty.

What's your favorite outfit to wear to the library?

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