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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at BC chapter.

Have you ever had one of those mornings when you wake up and can’t decide what to wear? You check the weather and then stare at your closet for a while but still can’t seem to put an outfit together? Then you think of something, but realize it won’t be good for the neurotic weather in Boston that day? Well, it happens to me all the time.

A few weeks ago, in my morning attempt to get dressed for my day, I decided to google “what outfit to wear in 70 degree weather” because my weather app was being temperamental. To my pleasant surprise, a website came up called Daily Dress Me. Intrigued, I clicked on it and discovered a website that has now become an integral part of my morning routine. The website was started by Nina Vir, a Beverly Hills High student with a penchant for fashion who created the website to answer the questions, “What’s the weather?” and “What should I wear?” (Modern-day Cher from Clueless anyone?).

Daily Dress Me is a website that tells you what to wear based on the weather and uses weather conditions in your area to suggest suitable outfit ideas. The images are from Forever 21 and there are some really cute outfit ideas (although I must admit, some of them are a little strange sometimes). Even if the ideas aren’t your style, seeing outfit ideas for a specific temperature is extremely helpful when trying to decide what to wear on any given day. Also, if you refresh the page, the website will usually give you different outfit ideas!

I hope you learn to love Daily Dress Me just as much as I do and that it provides some inspiration for you as you prepare to face the day!

P.S. – If any guys are reading this, there’s a men’s equivalent as well!





Kelsey Damassa is in her senior year at Boston College, majoring in Communications and English. She is a native of Connecticut and frequents New York City like it is her job. On campus, she is the Campus Correspondent for the Boston College branch of Her Campus. She also teaches group fitness classes at the campus gym (both Spinning and Pump It Up!) and is an avid runner. She has run five half-marathons as well as the Boston Marathon. In her free time, Kelsey loves to bake (cupcakes anyone?), watch Disney movies, exercise, read any kind of novel with a Starbucks latte in hand, and watch endless episodes of "Friends" or "30 Rock."