How to Dress Up for School (Girls) (with Pictures)

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How to Dress Up for School (Girls) (with Pictures)
How to Dress Up for School (Girls) (with Pictures)

Do you know how to prepare to go to school? If you still get stuck in your routine and don't know where to start, read this article and learn everything you need to know; gather your materials, get ready, keep organized, prepare your lunch, etc.


Part 1 of 5: Starting the night before

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Step 1. Have the clothes you will wear ready before bed

Instead of wasting time looking for clean clothes and figuring out what to wear, get everything ready the night before. You will get dressed much faster and stress free.

  • On nights when you can't sort your clothes, get up early the next day to give yourself more time to get ready, and if you're in a hurry, choose something you already know is clean and looks good on you.
  • The important thing is to get comfortable; don't worry about wearing your prettiest clothes.
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Step 2. Review your homework

Get it ready in advance or wake up early to complete it when that's not possible.

  • If anything is missing, do what you should the night before or before class; if all else fails and the deadline for submission is that day, do so before entering the classroom or during break time.
  • Keep an eye on your study routine. If you find that you can never complete the lesson, develop a syllabus.
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Step 3. Sleep well

Going to bed too late delays the whole routine because it makes it difficult to wake up on time (or earlier, if that's the case) and you won't be able to get the things you need ready in the morning.

  • In order not to disturb your sleep rhythm, don't take your phone or tablet to bed. These devices make it difficult to fall asleep.
  • Set the alarm to wake up every day at the same time; this will keep you from jumping out of bed an hour and a half late.

Part 2 of 5: After waking up

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Step 1. Wake up early

The best time to wake up is between an hour and an hour and a half before leaving for class. The earlier you wake up, the more time you have and the simpler it will be to get ready.

Start going to bed early. You need to be fully awake and alert to get the most out of your lessons

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Step 2. Upon waking up, get out of bed immediately and wash your face

In addition to actually waking up, you'll look clean.

Part 3 of 5: Taking care of appearance

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Step 1. Take a shower

If you prefer to shower in the morning, do so first to get ready at once. If you prefer to shower at night, skip this step.

  • Wash yourself thoroughly every day so people enjoy being around you. A pleasant smell may not make that much difference, but a bad smell does, and it can drive others away.
  • Wash your hair once every two days. Always use conditioner if they mat too much and if you prefer them to have a shiny, silky appearance. Also, remember never to brush them after showering; on wet threads, the ideal is to use the comb.
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Step 2. Dress up

  • Even if you wear a uniform, there are several ways to style it and make it your own.
  • Wear appropriate clothing for the season. No spaghetti strap in winter or fleece jacket in summer.
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Step 3. Apply deodorant

This part is important to feel smelly all day.

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Step 4. wash your face with a facial soap and warm water.

When you're done, apply a moisturizer for your skin type.

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Step 5. Brush your teeth.

This part is also essential, as in addition to preventing cavities and other health problems, your breath will be fresh and pleasant.

  • Also brush the roof of your mouth and your tongue.
  • Floss at least once a day. When you're in a hurry in the morning, leave this part for the night so you don't do a sloppy job.
  • Chew whitening gum if it is impossible to brush your teeth. However, keep in mind that this shouldn't become a habit.
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Step 6. put on makeup, if you want.

You can put on makeup all you want, but you should remember that she will take time away from other things, like eating right in the morning, getting enough sleep, doing homework, relaxing, and so on. Makeup is not essential for school, so divide your time wisely.

  • If you want to use an eyelash curler, do it before applying mascara.
  • To make the lashes fuller without using eyeliner, apply the mascara very close to the base of the lashes, to give the impression that you have used pencil and eyeshadow.
  • Make it look natural with a colorless lip gloss or light lip balm. More important than that is to smile!
  • The school is not a fashion show, so don't go overboard. When you want to use a new makeup, try it out on occasions outside of school and find out if your parents and educational institution accept the use.
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Step 7. Fix your hair.

  • Before doing anything, comb or brush your hair.
  • Prefer not to use the curling iron or flat iron daily, as the intense heat damages the strands.
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Step 8. Paint your nails.

If the school and your parents allow it, apply some nail polish. Don't forget to remove the cuticles and clean the blemishes so you don't look sloppy.

Part 4 of 5: Preparing the food

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Step 1. Eat a balanced and nutritious breakfast

  • A good drink option is orange juice, as it is rich in vitamin C.
  • Never miss breakfast, or you will feel tired throughout the day.
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Step 2. prepare your snack or lunch or check if you have money to eat on the street.

Always prepare more food than you think you'll eat, so don't miss out if you're hungry

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Step 3. Brush your teeth.

Don't forget to brush them before going out, to improve your breath and have strong teeth against cavities.

  • Remember the roof of your mouth and tongue.
  • Floss at least once a day. If you don't have time in the morning, let it be done at night, with the necessary attention to do a thorough cleaning.
  • Chew some whitening gum if you can't brush your teeth for some reason, but that shouldn't happen very often.

Part 5 of 5: When leaving for school

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Step 1. Take one last look in the mirror to see if you are presentable

Have you ever imagined going to school in your pajamas by accident?

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Step 2. Make sure you have all the supplies and other things you need:

  • See if you've got money for transportation;
  • Remember to include a coat or raincoat in your backpack;
  • Make sure you got your lunch or money to eat on the street;
  • Find out if you've got all the books;
  • Check was made and all duties saved.
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Step 3. Leave for school with your head held high, your mind at ease and a beautiful smile on your face

Don't worry about what others think of you. Do your best, maintain self-confidence, and present your best self to people. Be kind and considerate of others, and your reputation will always be impeccable


  • Do your chores (like feeding the cat, sweeping the room, washing the dishes, etc.) before leaving for school.
  • If you prefer, have breakfast before brushing your teeth, so as not to alter the taste of food and not feel nauseated.
  • Straighten or curl your hair the night before class.
  • Schedule two different times for the alarm to go off; if you don't get up with the first one, a touch half an hour later might be all you need to get up with more energy.
  • Pack your backpack with books, binders and homework the night before.
  • After showering, put your hair in a bun. When you release them, they are naturally curly.
  • Plan your morning in advance so you know what needs to be done and when. This will make it easy to do everything without wasting time.
  • Don't do anything too fancy for your hair; just make it presentable and clean.
  • Make a list of what you need to take to school and include in your daily plan. That way you'll never forget a book or notebook again.
  • Try taking a shower before bed to save time in the morning.
  • Never be late and behave well. In addition to tarnishing your reputation, your grades can drop for it, and your teachers will certainly not look favorably on you.
  • Do not make phone calls or text messages on your cell phone during class so as not to be distracted or disturb other students.


  • Don't defy school and parenting guidelines when it comes to getting dressed. It's not worth getting into trouble just to wear your new pair of shorts.
  • Use the flat iron with care so as not to burn yourself.

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