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Campus Street Style | April 30

Who ever said that finals time had to be completed with sweat pants, topknots and venti lattes? Not The Chic Daily! We are proud to present you with an amazing collection of finals outfits to cap our Campus Street Style column for the 2013-2014 school year. This extra warm week, girls were sporting shirts with gorgeous neck detailing that were paired with looser bottoms. Guys were spotted in trendy graphic and baseball tees, with the exception of one stylish professor sporting chinos and a chambray shirt. In terms of shoes, these great outfits were paired back to athletic kicks, oxfords, ankle booties and gladiator sandals, all trendy in the current fashion market. Enjoy and take note before you reach for the sweat pants, but please pair your enduring all-nighters with a stylish cup of coffee or two.

Senior Laine Baker

Major/Concentration: Sustainability

Laine’s gorgeous and confident style is highly saturated in monotone colors, such as black and white, and is influenced heavily by unisex fashion.


Professor Matt Garcia

Director of the school of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies

The Chic Daily swooned over Professor Garcia’s eclectic mix of textured fabrications, influenced heavily by “Lower East Side professional wear.”


Senior Sarah Clevinger

Major/Concentration: Theater

Sarah’s unique style is a product of many thrift store finds, such as her festival-like top that was purchased at Goodwill.


Senior Nate Mortensen

Major/Concentration: Marketing and Finance

Nothing major influences Nate’s style other than the stores he frequents, such as Urban Outfitters and American Eagle, that supply cool clothing pieces that fit his extra tall frame.


Freshman Rachel Riebe

Major/Concentration: Sustainability and Global Studies

Rachel’s adorable and laid back look is self-described as “boho and indie.” She also frequents Urban Outfitters.


Sophomore Chenggong Pan

Major/Concentration: Economics

Chenggong’s cool and fashion-forward style (cough Cartier bracelet cough, cough) is heavily influenced by fashion books, specifically from China.


Senior Ana Cross

Major/Concentration: Painting and Art Education

Ana’s spotted outfit is a perfect depiction of her youthful style: colorful with flow-y, comfortable tops, complete with pigtails (for late finals nights).


By Gianna Mocilnikar and Muriel Woodland


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