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Campus Street Style | March 26

Nothing says spring better than floral prints, anorak jackets and bipolar weather. This week, The Chic Daily spotted some great, on-trend looks that were ready for sunshine and rain. Many students credited their style inspiration to various music genres, just in time for festival season! The trend of military-inspired fashion continued with camo-print and anorak jackets for singing in the rain, as well as floral print mini-dresses for fun in the sun. Students topped off their looks with round sunglasses, a Southwestern staple accessory.

Senior Sammi Garver

Major/Concentration: History and Psychology

Sammi religiously checks Pinterest, in addition to looking to her friends for style inspiration. She also takes looks from other students or people at her church and tweaks them to fit her specific style.

Sammi Garver, wk 11

Senior John Soo

Major/Concentration: Economics and Justice Studies, English (Literature) and Mathematics minors

The Wall Street Journal and “crust punk” influence John’s unique style.

John Soo, wk 11

Education freshman Ping Ping (left) and Communication freshman Yi Chen

Ping Ping and Yi Chen, wk 11

Junior Ivan Babanovski

Major/Concentration: Sociology and English (Literature)

Ivan is an avid thrift store shopper, while also being influenced by the ’80s and indie genre style.

Ivan Babanovski, wk 11

Sophomore Teresa Ybarra

Major/Concentration: Communications

Teresa is a lover of accessories, who shops frequently at Forever 21, H&M, and Urban Outfitters.

Teresa Ybarra, wk 11

Senior Sarah Lords

Major/Concentration: Global Studies, Political Science and Non-Profit Administration minors

Sarah’s friends describe her style as feminine, vintage, and classy, always rocking pieces that complement her curvaceous frame.

Sarah Lords, wk 11

By Muriel Woodland and Gianna Mocilnikar


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