Adyson Edwards believes students should always dress for success. She shares her advice for how to dress when coming to class or heading off to an event at the Eccles School. Photo: Kailey CritchleyAdyson Edwards, one of the Eccles Ambassadors

Back to school has sneaked up on us and classes are now in full swing. Staying up all night completing assignments only to wake up early to attend class is never easy for any college student. Sleepless nights and early mornings are tempting (to say the least) to simply roll out of bed and throw on your comfiest pair of sweatpants and old band tee. How does that make you feel throughout the day, though?

I know that I feel like a hot mess left over from last night’s homework extravaganza. However, when I pick out an outfit that makes me feel confident and put together, I feel like nothing can stop me that day, even that nasty accounting test at 10:45 a.m.

It is no secret that when you feel good, you have a better chance of performing better than you would if dressed otherwise. This doesn’t mean you have to wear expensive clothing to do well in school — studying and attending class are still the most important aspects. However, confidence in yourself brings confidence in other areas of your day such as academics.

The next time you wake up feeling exhausted and unmotivated for class, try throwing on one of your favorite outfits. Ladies, a romper and your favorite booties is a great go-to. Just one article of clothing to decide on and you instantly look put together and ready for the day. Guys, a nice pair of jeans and a cool button up shirt with some dressier shoes (something