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By Stacey Lockett
Staff Writer

Stacey’s secrets are about secrets in fashion and styling tips. A fashionista who is a model that can make a simple outfit pop! My column is to help women and men shine even more through what they wear. This issue I will give tips on how women can be comfortable and cute!

Let’s begin.

Many of us are either working a fulltime, part-time job, or going to school full- time, which means we are busy and don’t have time to put together an outfit every day. I will provide useful essentials women can use to turn their outfit from a five to a ten and still be comfortable.

Leggings are one of the major assets to any women’s wardrobe because they are so comfortable. You can dress them up or dress them down depending on where you are going. Leggings are comfortable to wear to school because you are constantly moving going from class to class. A comfortable outfit to wear in the winter could be leggings, an oversized sweatshirt and some high knee flat boots. For an accessory, you can add in a cute tote bag or cross-bag for your books. If you are an accessory diva like me you can even add in a cute beanie or scarf to add to your outfit.

According to Cosmopolitan, a young women’s fashion magazine, one way to dress comfortably is to go through your wardrobe and get rid of any uncomfortable clothing that you own. Not talking about clothes you might wear to the club, or to a special occasion. Just get rid of clothes that you wear every day that seem to be uncomfortable.

Summer is right around the corner, so comfortable outfit would be a maxi dress. This is like a go-to comfy out fit for women that is a get-up and go and doesn’t cause a lot of putting together. Since that is a basic outfit, you can add a nice necklace or some earrings to elevate the outfit. Flats are a comfortable shoe to wear with maxi dresses, or you can even put on some tennis shoes to be more comfortable. Cosmopolitan says, “Don’t even think about wearing high heels.” Heels are cute but you don’t have to always wear high heels to look cute, even at school. Flats, tennis shoes or even low chunky heels would be ideal. Flat boots either short or high is a comfortable shoe and you can wear them with a maxi dress or leggings.

For example, an outfit could be a long maxi dress with some Vans, and some accessories to make it pop even more.

Hopefully, this article gave you some useful tips on what you can wear to get that cute and comfy look.

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