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Campus Street Style | March 5

This week on the Tempe campus, The Chic Daily spotted quite the collection of on-trend students. Leather moto jackets, overalls, camo print, tribal print and platform shoes were just some of the major current trends stylishly incorporated into students’ outfits. In addition, the ’90s grunge fall trend is being carried over into spring, as seen through flannel shirts worn around the waist and Doc Marten combat boots. And vintage bohemian is all the rage with the warm weather, as Daddy’s old t-shirts, feminine printed cardigans, and flowy loose hair are key components to compliment any stylish spring look.

Senior Isaac Domingue

Major/Concentration: Business (Management)

Style icon and film talent Joseph Gordon-Levitt and fashion magazine GQ are what inspire Isaac’s trendy menswear style.

Isaac Domingue, wk 10

Junior Kyle Weldon

Major/Concentration: Business (Management)

As a member of a rock band, it’s only fitting that Kyle’s style be influenced by rock, alternative and indie music bands.

Kyle Weldon, wk 10

Freshman Karissa Koessel

Major/Concentration: Biology

If her love for style and fashion weren’t already evident enough, you would know by her list of style influences: Teen Vogue, fashion blogs on Tumblr and fashion photographs.

Karissa Koessel, wk 10

Senior Megan Best

Major/Concentration: Biology and Anthropology

Megan loves her clothes to be ’90s inspired, earthy, feminine and fluid, depending on her mood.

Megan Best, wk 10

Sophomore Elizabeth Perry

Major/Concentration: Psychology

Country boho is how Elizabeth describes her style, exhibited through pieces like her dad’s Jason Aldean t-shirt.

Elizabeth Perry, wk 10

Senior Aimee Quach

Major/Concentration: Global Studies

Aimee’s style consists of comfortable and eye-catching pieces, and she usually rocks more muted colors such as black. Like a true urbanite, she’s also influenced by street photography and Korean fashion.

Aimee Quach, wk 10

By Muriel Woodland and Gianna Mocilnikar


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