6 Outfits You Finally Have Time to Try Thanks to Daylight Savings

Besides the fact that the end of daylight saving time signals impending dark winter months, we don’t have a lot of immediate complaints about adjusting our clocks. We’re instantly granted a full extra hour of sleep (and at this time of year, that’s a welcome addition to our weekend). In addition to racking up more minutes of beauty sleep, we can use that extra time to put together an ensemble that takes a little additional effort to style.

While we’re all for planning out your outfit the night before, practicality often strikes, and even fashion girls sometimes wake without a clue about what to wear that day. The extra hour affords you that extra time to rework an outfit. If you regularly find yourself rushing in the morning, too tight on time to try out some trickier pieces you've been dying to debut, Sunday is your day to go all-out thanks to the end of daylight saving time.

To help spark some inspiration, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite outfit formulas that require a little more effort than your usual stylish go-to. Use your extra time to finally suit up in the outfit combo you’ve been coveting, and step into standard time in an enviable ensemble.

Keep reading to check out the outfit formulas we dare you to try out with your extra hour.

Ruffled Statement Shirts

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Anything that requires a lot of ironing is the perfect piece to give some attention when you have the time.

Head-to-Toe Monochrome in a Bold Color

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When pressed for time, it can be a challenge to coordinate bold head-to-toe color. Use your extra minutes to find the perfect match.

It's not easy to roll out of bed and into some overalls and still look put together. The extra time will allow your to make this statement piece look polished.

Mixed Prints

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Mixing prints in every part of your ensemble is no easy feat. A few extra minutes will allow you to curate an attractive mishmash that doesn't clash.

Oversize Shirts Over Pants

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The long Oxford-over-pants look is a tricky one to pull off. Play with proportion (and take the time to steam and iron) before you step out in this head-turning getup.

The Canadian Tuxedo

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Last but not least, the Canadian tuxedo. Make your denim duds a fashion "do" by putting in the time to pair the right jean pieces.

Which look will you be trying out with your extra hour? Share your style plans with us in the comments.