Sexy vs. Skanky

Posted: October 23, 2012 by jerkmagblog in TRIM -- style
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Here’s your Monday through Friday guide to sexy versus skanky when it comes to outfits for class. These examples are one hundred percent original and have been spotted around campus. It wouldn’t hurt some of you to start taking notes in class, and from this blog.

Day of the week Sexy Skanky
Monday Fisherman knit sweater Fishnet stockings
Tuesday Military inspired jacket Camouflage cargo shorts
Wednesday Lace back top Lace top with black bra
Thursday Cropped leggings Crop top
Friday V-neck with Juicy sweatpants paired with moccasins Juicy sweat suit paired with slippers

Monday: It’s one thing to have a loose knit sweater on; it’s another to be wearing a part of a stripper’s get-up to class.

Tuesday: Military inspired jackets are in this season, cargo shorts never were. This fashion faux paus is trashier than it is skanky, but the point remains.

Wednesday: A lace back top can be paired with leggings for class and then worn out to the bars with a skirt that night. A see-through lace top is an absolute no-go for class, under any circumstances.

Thursday: Cropped leggings that show off your toned legs are always sexy. There is a time and place for your crop top; class is just not one of those places. People don’t need to know you have your belly button pierced.

Friday: Since only a few have class, people are bound to show up in sweats after a Thursday night out. If you must, one slouchy item can still be cute and “sweatpants, hair tied, chilling with no make-up on” sexy. The whole matching sweat suit complete with slippers is lazy and skanky.

*Check out the HelloStyleChannel on YouTube for Sexy vs. Skanky tips done up by Cosmopolitan Magazine.

– Jenna Jacobsen

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