If you're a BS Org student, chances are, you have a collection of org shirts in your closet from all the events and campaigns you've participated in through your org. It may be tempting to just wear them as pambahay once your events are done, but you can also opt to wear them to school when you're running out of casual clothes. Below, we list down key pieces to style your org shirt with to make a campus-friendly look.
Layer this over your org shirt, and you’ll look smart and chill in no time. Choose a longer one (goes below your hips), so you get a cleaner look—your org shirt won’t be sticking out below the hem. Go for lighter (and neutral) hues and one with breathable fabric, since you’re still in the tropics.
2. Flannel Long-Sleeved Shirt
Just match the text color of your org shirt with a color on the flannel, and you’re good to go! If your org shirt is in a bolder shade, consider swinging on flannel in black and white.
3. Denim Jacket
It goes with anything casual. The wash is entirely up to you (dark looks sleeker, and light looks more rugged), but it’s generally not recommended to have the same shade of denim on your jacket and on your jeans.
Dressier than denim jeans but still casual, chinos come in a variety of colors and shades you can pair with your tee. To look extra stylish, pick maroon, mustard, olive green, or deep teal chinos. They’re not as neutral as brown and beige, but they go with a lot of colors.
With additional reporting by Mylene Mendoza