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Style Syllabus: What To Wear To 8 A.M. Classes

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    We are firm believers that you should always aspire to lead a life with no regrets. Still, wishing you could go back in time and right some of your wrongs is pretty unavoidable — especially when those "wrongs" force you to wake up in the wee hours of the morning three times a week. Yes, we're talking about 8 a.m. classes.

    After a night of staying up late to, um, "study," the challenge of brushing your hair, putting on shoes, and changing out of your pajamas can seem akin to solving a continuous Cournot competition problem (oh wait — you have Game Theory at 8 a.m., too?). Still, even on those extra awful mornings, it's important you come to class looking at least somewhat polished. After all — do you really want your professor remembering you as the hot mess who looked as if she just rolled out of bed at 7:55? Yeah, that's what we thought.

    Luckily, there are plenty of options out there that are equal parts comfy and presentable. From structured sweats to cozy tops and polished flats, these picks will make getting to class just a teeny-tiny bit easier. Now, grab a coffee, put down the XXL hoodie, and get to class. We're serious. Put the hoodie down.

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