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2007 Back-to-School Fashions

What are you gonna throw on when you head back to school? Find out what you need to dress to impress your friends and classmates this fall!

Find out what's cool for school this fall!
2007 Back-to-School

2007 Back-to-School Fashions - A Is for Argyle

With the exception of those who have to wear a uniform to school every day, everyone wants to look like they attend private school. That's why argyle, stripes and plaid are rad for back-to-school! Girls can do the schoolgirl skirt thang and guys can work plaid shirts, argyle sweaters and striped hoodies into their outfits without going too preppy.

2007 Back-to-School Fashions - B Is for Boho

You may have thought boho chic was a thing of the past, but it's still going strong with volumnious tops and skirts. Make it more appropriate for fall by loading up on layers. Pile a tank, a long-sleeve top and a sweater on top of each other for a comfortable and casual look.

2007 Back-to-School Fashions - C Is for Color

Look to nature to find your color inspiration. Fill your wardrobe with greens, browns, oranges and burgundies, as well as jewel tones like dark purples and blues.

2007 Back-to-School Fashions - D Is for Da Rest

You knew this was coming... high-waisted jeans! Everyone from Fergie to Gwen Stefani is ditching their low-rise jeans for 'em. And although skinnies are still in style, wide-legs are slowly making a re-appearance on the denim front. Pair it with a cool T-shirt from the Mr. Men and Little Miss line, like this Little Miss Fun shirt. You can find them, as well as other cool graphic T-shirts for both guys and girls at www.80stees.com!

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