Keep it simple this new school year with cute school supplies in neutrals and pastels.
Are you ready to take your back-to-school style up a notch? Who says school supplies have to be boring? With so many creative options out there, you can easily transform your desk into an inspiring workspace. Whether you prefer pastels, sparkles, or a little attitude, we can help you find the perfect combination of cute and functional office supplies.
Grab that school supply list and make yourself comfortable. There is nothing better than school shopping from the comfort of your couch. Get ready to have some fun with your school accessories to make learning a bit more enjoyable!
Knock Their Socks Off With Cute School Supplies
My teen girls are all about their necessary supplies being aesthetically pleasing and fitting in with their personal style. Neutral or pastel tones are their favorites this school season. So I was ecstatic when I found some items that are both affordable and aesthetically pleasing.
Here is to hoping it will finally help them to be organized and getting homework done. Or maybe that is just my mom dream for the start of the school year! Wishful thinking sure never hurt.
Whether you are entering middle school or high school, we've got you covered here. Looking for classy minimalist desk inspiration to help you survive the year? No worries, we've got that too!
Shop for These Cute School Supplies
Pens and Highlighters
Pens are a school essential around here. These black ball point pens glide across the paper, all while looking awesome.
But if you're looking for a little more pizazz to go in your pencil case, these 2 in 1 pens have a felt tip on one side and a rolling stamp on the other side.
These metallic gold pens with black ink are neutral style and perfect for your older teen who doesn't want all the color.
Square pastel highlighters take note taking to the next level. These little cuties are easier on the eyes and helpful when taking notes.
Translucent sticky notes are great for embellishing your class notes or taking notes in a book.
Not too big and not too small. Great middle size set of scissors to use for your school day.
This pencil case unzips and expands to get larger. With its top flap it helps keep everything nice and organized.
A white out tape dispenser is super handy to have around, especially when you make mistakes on homework assignments.
Items Handy for Your School Backpack
Another neutral option that college students or older kids might prefer. This is larger than your typical pencil pouch and ideal for holding pens, pencils, markers and more. You'll definitely be in style with these latest trends.
These cute backpacks are all the rage for my older teen! This darling puffer backpack is attractive and easy to keep clean.
The best part with this puffer laptop case is that you can match the backpack all while adding extra protection for your school devices.
24 Chisel tip markers are great for note taking and doodling!
Pastel mechanical pencils are always fun and come with lead. I prefer these to normal pencils because I am not a fan of carting around a pencil sharpener.
And every girl has days where they need a pick-me-up. This mini lipstick holder with a mirror inside is pretty handy for carrying around in your bag.
My daughter likes this neutral 1" linen textured binder that isn't so flashy.
And if they are willing to use it, this to-do planner without the dates is super helpful for keeping tabs on all the assignments.
A binder isn't your thing? A lined paper notebook with hard cover is another option for note taking in class.
Dividers with pockets to make storing papers or handouts easier.
I think every school is now required for kids to have a set of ear buds or headphones. These padded headphones are nice on the ears and come with a tangle free cord.
Wave binders are super trendy with translucent covers and wave pockets inside for storing papers.
Don't feel defeated when you receive that school supplies list! Add a personal touch to your cute school supplies by picking items you love for the new school year.
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