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How To Accessorize When You Commute To School

Who said you should scrimp on the accessories when you're a commuter?
ART Clare Magno

One easy way to spice up a basic OOTD up is by accessorizing. While accessorizing on its own can already be challenging, any girl would be hesitant to put on their best baubles—especially when they're hitting the road on foot. But you don't have to skip accessorizing if you're commuting to school anymore, Candy Girls! Below, we're showing you how you can take the bus or the train without scrimping on fashion and style.

Aim small.

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Dusty Stones Earrings Set P390, Parfois

We all know how the saying goes, "Go big or go home." But it doesn't always have to be that way when it comes to accessorizing. Instead of rocking an attention-grabbing cocktail ring or a too chunky necklace, opt for a pair of stud earrings or a dainty pendant to up the ante of your school uniform for the day.

Fake it till you make it!

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Necklace with Glass Pendant P199, H&M

Who says that you need to splurge on the real deal when it comes to the bling territory? There are so many fast-fashion brands that sell chic and trendy accessories minus the hefty price tags! Opt for faux jewelry when commuting so you can squeeze yourself in the train without having to worry about your bracelet or rings.

Think caps and belts.

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Cap P599, H&M

Commuting is the perfect time to explore other accessories like caps and belts! That way, you can score yourself an A+ outfit for the day and protect yourself from the blazing heat with a fashionable cap!

Free your hands!

Two-Way Backpack P3399, Charles and Keith

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Nowadays, backpacks are no longer just for grade schoolers. In fact, backpacks are fun, trendy, and allows you to carry your essentials while keeping your hands free to hold the railings of the bus or the train. What's not to love?

Pull a Blair Waldorf.

Ecletic Flair Headband P290, Parfois

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If you're a commuter, then you already know how hard it is to make sure that your hair stay put while you brave a crowded station. Instead of pulling your back in a simple ponytail, spice your 'do up with headbands a la Blair Waldorf.

What do you do to stay stylish while commuting? Let’s swap fashion tips below!

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The Rebecca Bloomwood of Manila. I spend half of my time obsessing about the latest fashion craze, and the other half overthinking and over-analyzing just about anything under the sun. When I’m not busy as a bee playing with fifty shades of pink lippies, you can probably catch me swiping my plastic for yet another pair of shiny, pointed gold flats.
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