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Back to Basics

Back to the regular school schedule means going back to tests, homework and classes -- and finding a way to be comfy and still stylish. When I returned to school, I noticed that every class has its own style. For seniors, it's super casual -- a simple T-shirt and jean shorts. Juniors are cute but casual, usually wearing a loose fashion top with jeans. Underclassmen really seem to care about how they dress, and sometimes they overdo it by wearing bright-colored tees, short shorts, designer handbags and lots of accessories.

What class are you in? Here are some ideas to help fit in with the latest class trends. The girls' looks are from Forever 21 and the boys' fashions are from Heritage 1981.

Seniors: Boy's Graphic Tee, $14.90


Girl's Sleeveless Safari Top, $17.80 Halley Skinny Jean, $29.80

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Boy's Heritage Nautical Polo Shirt, $18.90

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