Ludlow 101

A college girl's guide to fashion

The Perfect Sorority Rush Outfit

As the end of the semester approaches, female college students are preparing for one of the biggest moments of their college career: rush.

If you’re rushing this year, you’re probably wondering how to make the best impression possible. After all, you want to get a bid from a sorority that has girls you truly like and fit in with.

One way to make a great impression is to wear an outfit that is not only appropriate for the occasion, but also cute. Looking well put together will help you give off a sophisticated yet approachable vibe. Plus it may help you feel more confident during the interview process!

So when it comes to choosing your outfit, remember the following:

  1. Dress true to yourself. Don’t try to put on a face, because you may end up in a sorority that isn’t a good match for you!
  2. Look put together. It shows that you care about yourself and the entire rush process.
  3.  Dress conservatively. Please don’t wear a tee with a deep v-neck or short shorts- you may give the girls a wrong impression!
  4. Wear comfortable shoes. Opt to wear flats because you never know how long you’ll have to stand throughout the day.
  5. Wear a watch. It will help you keep track of time and allow you to know how long to talk with each girl.

Remember these five fashion tips and you’ll be ready to have a successful rush! Just be sure to remain clam when it comes to picking out your outfit; after all, a good attitude and personality is way more important than what you wear. Good luck with rush 2013!

Buy it now!



Skirt: (Warning: Expensive!)



Watch: (Warning: Expensive!)

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