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Sure, it’s been a decade (or two) since you’ve gone back to school, but you still remember how crucial it was to start things off on the right foot by nailing your first-day look. Our friends at Justice know the feeling too, and they’re here to help you get your daughter ready for her BTS debut. Here’s a slew of outfit ideas from Justice that’ll make her feel confident enough to take on a whole new year.



All right, so you might not be worrying about her academic résumé quite yet. (And if you are…calm down, she’s 8!) But it’s still important to make a good impression, and nothing says “first day” like a classic skirt. Skip the stiff white blouse and pick a top that reflects her personality. Is she no-nonsense about recess? Go with a tough little moto jacket and denim button-up shirt. Is she all about soft fabrics? A pullover hoodie will go over well. Or maybe she’s outspoken, in which case a printed white tee will strike her fancy.

Get the look: Plaid skirt ($25); Pocket hoodie ($33)Denim button-up shirt ($27)Moto jacket ($45)Embellished sweatshirt ($25)Glitter-heel booties ($40)Panda wristlet ($6)Sequin newsboy cap ($13)


Statement Joggers That Prove Fashion Loves Comfort

If she’s keen on matching, top off the look with a pullover in the same tie-dye pattern. Alternately, go for an ombré button-up or contrasting pink jacket and metallic accessories. This comfortable outfit is an easy way to transition from soft summer pj’s and swimsuits to back-to-school attire.

Get the look: Tie dye joggers ($27)Cold-shoulder hoodie ($30); Fuzzy t-shirt ($25)Moto jacket ($45)Rose-gold sneakers ($40)Initial mini backpack ($20)


Blue Jeans She Can Wear Anywhere

Whether she wants everyone to know she’s not afraid of fourth grade (with a daring red sweater), is looking to stay on trend (with seasonal florals) or likes to start off the year on anedgy note (with a cool camo hoodie), one thing is for sure: These jeans will be the most versatile thing in her closet. Bonus points for ultra-shiny sneakers that are practical but fun enough to squash any first-day jitters.

Get the look: Moto jean leggings ($30); Color block jersey ($25); Faux fur bomber jacket ($45)Lace-up hoodie ($30); Floral top ($30); Mini logo backpack ($33)High-top sneakers ($40)


Camo Leggings That Refuse to Blend In

Maybe she’s sporty, or maybe bold prints are her new thing. Camo leggings work with just about anything, from a gray printed blouse and a bomber jacket to a strong red shirt with cold-shoulder cutouts. Or she could go for this jersey-inspired top, which lets everyone know that school might be back in session but she’s still living for the weekend.

Get the look: Camo leggings ($30); Cold-shoulder sweatshirt (27); Cropped football t-shirt ($20); Long-sleeve t-shirt ($15); Quilted bomber jacket ($40); Mini cat backpack ($23)

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