Second-year communication studies student Vanessa Wong wore a short-sleeved button-up from Topshop and a skort from Miss Selfridge because of the sunny weather. She completed her outfit with white sneakers from Nike and a flowy cardigan from Urban Outfitters. Neutral colors are her favorite, she said.
Sean Trinh determines what he is going to wear for the day from the music that he listens to in the morning. On Wednesday morning, the third-year business economics student listened to “Drip From My Walk” by Famous Dex, which inspired his streetwear look. His flannel is from RVCA and his hoodie is from Fear of God.
Victoria Djabourian finds fashion inspiration in celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Gigi Hadid. The fifth-year sociology student said she went for a sporty chic look. Her outfit consisted of a snapback hat, a cropped long-sleeved turtleneck and loose-fitting pants.
Fourth-year architecture student Simon Fast said his friends and thrift shopping influence his fashion sense. His outfit combines ’90s and streetwear fashion. He tried to achieve a “Seinfeld” look by tucking in his shirt, he said. His shirt and jacket are from a thrift store in Sweden, his jeans are from Levi’s and his shoes are from Nike.
Leilani Dulguerov gets her fashion inspiration from her Instagram newsfeed. The first-year mathematics student plans her outfits by picking one or two clothing items she wants to wear that day and coordinating other clothing items around them. On Tuesday, she wanted to wear jeans and white Adidas Stan Smith sneakers, so she picked a white button-up and a red leather jacket to complement them.
A fan of blue and floral, third-year economics student Rebecca Lee paired her chiffon floral tank top from Forever 21 with a teal cardigan from Kohl’s. Her dark wash jeans are from Papaya and her scalloped flats are from Target.