Third-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, Phyllis Gitobu, wore a white halter top with red roses from Charlotte Russe paired with Hollister jeans. She said she was inspired to wear the sleeveless shirt because the sun was out for the first time in a while, and she wanted to wear something minimal.
Miranda Fedoronczuk, a first-year English student, sported blue and purple floral leggings from Old Navy and a floral Mossimo backpack. She said that people often wear plain pants, so she wanted to experiment with her outfit by wearing pants with a colorful print.
Third-year marine biology student Shelby Yee wore a flowy red off-the-shoulder blouse with flowers on it paired with jeans, both of which she bought from Tillys. She said she liked her shirt because it was casual and comfortable but also dresses up her outfit.
Alma Isidoro, a fourth-year international development studies student, paired a white tank top and loose black pants with an orange and yellow flower design from Forever 21. The nice weather prompted her to wear the outfit, and she said the pants are comfortable to walk to class in. Isidoro said she typically wears flowy clothing because it feels more comfortable.