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Fashion Friday: Week 5, Winter 2017

By Aubrey Yeo

February 9, 2017 11:31 pm

David Li said he always wanted to incorporate overcoats into his outfits, but didn’t think they suited his body shape. The first-year biology student has, however, managed to find a similarly-lengthed replacement in an elongated hoodie, which he said fits him better.

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Li’s necklace is modeled after the chemical structure of his favorite neurotransmitter – serotonin. A friend gifted him the necklace after first spotting an ad for it on Facebook.

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Lilibeth Arellano, a fan of “Sex Pistols” and “The Clash,” adds a touch of punk culture to her outfits by including elements such as chokers and nose rings. The first-year psychology student is currently enrolled in Music History 13: “Punk: Music, History, Sub/culture.”

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Graduate student Tammy Barreras said her love of cupcakes as a child led her to purchase her knit cupcake hat. Her Timberland boots were also good for the rainy and cold weather.

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Fashion blogger Skylar Mimuro looks to Instagram to find most of her clothing. The fourth-year communication studies student wore her pink puffy coat, athletic leggings from www.esqape.life and sparkly shoes from www.yru.life in order to capture a spacey, sporty and cute aesthetic, she said.

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Fourth-year communication studies student Natalia Vesnina said she often wears sweaters because they are both comfy and often unseen on campus.

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Vesnina’s coat and shoes are from her mom, both bought in Russia, and the sweater is from Forever 21.

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First-year undeclared student Chiara Noppenberger said she recently developed a liking for denim apparel. The fleece collar on the denim jacket gives it more dimension than other items in her denim collection, she said.

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Although he finds some influence from both André 3000 and Kanye West, fourth-year ethnomusicology student Merlaku Ra has his own personal style, he said.

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Most of Ra’s clothes are from thrift shops, but both his top and pants are from friends.

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