I say something elegant, but comfortable. If you like skirts or dresses, a pencil skirt or so is a nice look. Personally, I would stick to navy, black, grey, oxblood red, darker plum, etc. but you can wear what you think is best. In a professional environment, navy tends to be a good, strong, confident color.
usually like a work suit and work pants and also how do you not know what to wear i mean part of law school you go to court cases and you regurally speak to lawyers and also they tell you what to wear in law school also you're a little young to be an attorney since you're in the 18-24 age range since most people graduate college at 22 and law school is usually around three years
I would say you can wear dress pants, skirts, dresses, blazers and sweaters/cardigans. You can find all of these things in colours, styles that you like. Try wearing blazers and blouses as tops. You can even buy suits and mix and match with other things in your wardrobe.
Then you can accessorize, get some chunky necklaces, simple earrings, some nice bracelets and of course a great bag.
Because you are an attorney you are going to have to wear a suit. Either pant suit or skirt suit (skirt and blazer). For fun I would do a pop of color. You want them to take you seriously so you can't go too crazy but add a personal touch so the jury will better connect to you. Also make sure it fits you will. Honestly that is probably the most important thing. Even if it is a cute outfit, if it fits poorly then it doesn't matter.
Well you are limited. You pretty much have to wear a suit to look professional, but you could wear a cute sweater underneath the jacket and over a blouse. Maybe with a dark suit you can wear a brighter sweater that kinda pops underneath!!!