Graduate student Yvonne Eadon brightened her American Apparel jeans and JustFab jean jacket with accents of pink. She completed the look with a pair of $4 bright pink sunglasses she purchased on Amazon.
Third-year art student Samuel Forrest Alderson combined a taupe Territory Ahead button-down shirt and a heavy, black overcoat for a blend of neutral colors.
Leticia Morales chose the first T-shirt she saw in her closet and paired it with cuffed American Apparel jeans. The third-year psychology and gender studies student also wore a pair of circular gold glasses decorated with a subtle spiral design across the frame.
Doctoral student Terry Allen chose a scholarly yet approachable style, he said. He matched taupe TopMan pants with a bold, gold watch he purchased from Nordstrom Rack.
Going for a business casual look, second-year sociology student Haley Williams paired a flowing blouse from Forever 21 with a sleek, black skirt. She added a gold necklace that her grandmother gave her from H&M.
Mira Saccoccio Winick revamped a black and white polka-dot dress she purchased from Alpha Thrift Store in Santa Barbara. The first-year theater student said she cut away the frilly ruffles and resewed the neck of the dress to give her outfit a more modern look.
Fourth-year English and gender studies student Nahal Amouzadeh said she tried to follow a deep red color palette by wearing black rose-print jeans and a red cardigan to match her red nails.