At my university so many girls where heels and dresses to class.. even at 8 am? What do you think of this? I'm the type of girl who literally goes in sweats and a t shirt to class... If I'm going out I dress up...
Overly materialistic. School is something you attend to learn, not to impress. Don't get me wrong, anyone can look good when they dress up, but school is not a fashion show. That doesn't mean you can dress nicely, but heels are a bit unnecessary if it's just a regular day at school. Heels are something I expect women to wear when they want to get picked up, or out on a special occasion. Anything else to me just says "I dressed nicely today for no other reason than to get noticed...essentially because I need that to feel good about myself."
if is late at night at a club, bar, restaurant etc; I say is sexy and classic. but in university/college at that time, I kinda despise that. it makes me think they are too damn superficial, they are trying to hard. and it triggers my "flight" instincts
Does not really matter. They must find it important for some reason. If its just class, I would go in sweatshirt and jeans...especially in the morning. For morning classes, Mostly, I just wake up brush my teeth, splash some water on my face, comb my hair spray some deo, put on jeans, some comfortable tshirt, sweatshirt and then I am out the door!
I do the heels and I also do the sweatpants or pj bottoms. Some people are just more comfortable knowing that they put effort into their appearance, maybe they are going to work after and need to look fancy? Sweatpants or pjs are definitely the more lazy looking choice but just means you will be supertastically comfortable and ready to crawl back into bed for an extended nap after the class is done.
I like dressing up for school, it's fun for me. I have a lot of fun getting ready in the morning and experimenting with different styles. I actually can't stand when girls come to school looking like they just rolled out of bed. My mom is a college professor and she hates when her students come to class in sweatpants, in her words "people who wear sweat pants to school are not ready to learn, they are ready to sleep." She and a lot of her collegues actually find it quite offensive when thier students don't bother at least putting on jeans.
lots of the time I'll wear just some cute ballet flats, sandals (if the weather allows it), or my sneakers, but I am guilty of wearing heels to school just as often. for me it just depends on what looks best with my outfit. a big part of that though is because I was tormented constantly as a kid for every little thing, so now I have this issue that if I don't look my best when I'm out, then I'll get tormented again (I know it sounds silly, but if you knew the things I've been through, you'd understand why).
however. I am just as guilty of going to school in sweats and a tshirt with my hair thrown up in a 10 second ponytail.