A look at the trending fashion of students in residence.
While you may be reluctant to move your summer clothes into the back of your closet, the cooler temperatures are subtle reminders that fall is indeed coming.
Here’s a few of our university’s own fashion forward students, repping some fall outfits.
Is there a distinct lack of uniqueness in on campus fashion?
Back to school doesn’t just mean it’s time for new classes, textbooks and schedules; it’s also time for new trends, clothes and styles.
Hafsa Lodi began taking sewing lessons when she was nine years old. At the time, she never imagined that one day she would have her own clothing label. But now, more than a decade later, Lodi has achieved just that.
“Slutty” Halloween costumes are a perennial cause for complaint despite the fact that, at least in some social groups, they are relatively rare. Like the multitudes, I find them frustrating. Unlike the multitudes, however, this is not because I want to slut-shame anyone; it is because “sexy” costumes are usually so unimaginative.
This is not another in the fine tradition of Sheaf “don’t wear sweatpants” articles. If you wear sweatpants to school, you and I are doing such different things already that this is not even remotely addressed to you. Do your thing. For everyone else, it’s worth keeping in mind that you are always in an
The last few warm days of fall are passing quickly, and long-past are days of shorts, sandals and slinky sundresses. It’s time to layer up. Despite urges to bury ourselves in baggy sweats and oversized toques, or to wear fleece pajamas to class, there are actually ways to stay classy and warm through the winter.
Fashion is innovation — therefore, it is constantly changing, evolving and often reinventing itself. A style that is popular one day and gone the next is not lost forever. Something you thought was lost can re-emerge on a runway and come back stronger than before. This spring season is really no exception. For the 2012 spring