How to Mix and Match School Wear with Everyday Pieces like Edward, Maymay, Marco, and Kisses

Welcome the new school year with a bang!
 How to Mix and Match School Wear with Everyday Pieces like Edward, Maymay, Marco, and Kisses

It's school season again and the last thing you should stress about is what to wear on campus. Will your outfit match your hairstyle? Is your fashion statement strong enough to make heads turn? With the different clothes to choose from, Bench's back to school 2017 campaign, #BenchEveryday, makes this chore a lot easier. Take inspo from PBB Teens' Edward Barber, Maymay Entrata, Marco Gallo, and Kisses Delavin to stock up on versatile outfit pieces you can easily pull off from school to late night study (or party) sessions.


Hoodies aren't just for comfort wear—they're for the fashion-forward, too. Unconventional layering is the key to rocking this streetwear staple. Wear it under denim overalls or treat it as an OOTD accessory. Either way, you'd appear stylishly put together with no effort at all!


Spice up casual looks by pairing your favorite denim jeans with heels. Or, keep your sneaks and pair it with denim overalls for an alternative, whimsical look. With the many ways to do denim fashion, it's no surprise it's a well-loved closet staple.


Nothing says low-key and chill than pullovers—they're basically the cool-girl-next-door essential. Pullovers are as versatile as they are comfy. They can be paired with absolutely anything from skater skirts to embroidered denim pants. Top it off with a statement accessory to complete the cozy yet edgy look.

Preppy Collars

Collared shirts and polos are the instant pieces to look preppy and artsy. You can also wear them in creative, stylish ways by layering them with different fashion staples like sweaters and jackets.

It's about time you graduate from basic tees and stylishly break fashion rules without breaking the school dress code. If you love what you see, shop at Bench and visit their Facebook page for more everyday school pieces.

This article was created by Summit Storylabs in partnership with Bench.