They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but unfortunately this isn’t always the case.

We as women are constantly being judged, and our image is everything. When it comes to self expression and individuality, your wardrobe is a way to show the world who you are. Your outfits not only represent you, they also play a huge role in how others may perceive you.

Ladies, what do your clothes say about you?

In the world of fashion there is a variety of different styles, but certain outfits are considered appropriate or inappropriate depending on the occasion or place.

Let’s begin by discussing the do’s and don’ts of campus fashion.

DO find a balance between showing your cleavage, legs and all your curves. Everything does not have to be exposed all at once.

If you want to rock your new miniskirt, try balancing it out with more material elsewhere. Showing too much skin when attending class is not classy. You are in a professional environment with professors, classmates and possibly even future employers. Save the “booty shorts” and other items that you have to constantly adjust so nothing will be exposed for going out.

Clothes that leave less to the imagination should not be worn.

DON’T wear five-inch heels on campus. Save your pumps for a night out with the girls. There are many cute alternatives to wear rather than wearing an ankle cast because you fell walking up all the steps and hills on campus.

DON’T overdo it. There are a variety of ways to stand out and turn heads when walking into your classroom or on campus without overdoing it.

DO liven up your wardrobe with prints such as florals, stripes or tribal. Also add bright colors, trendy bags or statement shoes. If you decide to go simplistic with fitted jeans and a flattering top, try adding some cute accessories or a daring lipstick color.

DO play around with different materials such as sheer shirts or maybe even lace.

There are so many ways to look and feel sexy without revealing every body part. Confidence is the sexiest accessory a female can wear.

The number one rule is to remember to balance out your outfits and feel comfortable in your clothes and in your own skin.

You can be fashionable and stand out without overdoing it. All you have to do is add a little spice to your wardrobe.