Student Style for Rookie, June 2017   

Student Style for Rookie, June 2017

 

 “I like to wear trendy clothes, but it’s always a struggle finding [trendy] plus sized clothes, so I’m constantly trying to find stuff that fits my body well but is fashionable at the same time. I dress a little bit risqué for a plus sized woman sometimes, and I feel like sometimes it might make people uncomfortable, but it ultimately makes me feel good. I think my style says a lot about my personality because I’m an outgoing, social person [and my style matches that].”—Kenedee, photography major.

“I like to wear trendy clothes, but it’s always a struggle finding [trendy] plus sized clothes, so I’m constantly trying to find stuff that fits my body well but is fashionable at the same time. I dress a little bit risqué for a plus sized woman sometimes, and I feel like sometimes it might make people uncomfortable, but it ultimately makes me feel good. I think my style says a lot about my personality because I’m an outgoing, social person [and my style matches that].”—Kenedee, photography major.

 “When I’m putting together outfits I like to [consider] my mood, and what I’ll feel comfortable in throughout the day. I look a lot to anything from the 40s to the 70s for inspiration- I reference the 40s a lot with the secretary-type high waisted pants and loafers. When I’m getting ready and doing my makeup, I like to look in the mirror see the picture I have of Marilyn Monroe hanging up, and that inspires [my beauty looks] as well.”—Armando, fashion major.

“When I’m putting together outfits I like to [consider] my mood, and what I’ll feel comfortable in throughout the day. I look a lot to anything from the 40s to the 70s for inspiration- I reference the 40s a lot with the secretary-type high waisted pants and loafers. When I’m getting ready and doing my makeup, I like to look in the mirror see the picture I have of Marilyn Monroe hanging up, and that inspires [my beauty looks] as well.”—Armando, fashion major.

 “[When I’m buying clothes] I basically just look for whatever my abuelita would wear. I love old lady clothes. I’d describe my personal style as ‘grandma chic monster bug femme fatale’.”—Jesse, photography major.

“[When I’m buying clothes] I basically just look for whatever my abuelita would wear. I love old lady clothes. I’d describe my personal style as ‘grandma chic monster bug femme fatale’.”—Jesse, photography major.

 “My favorite article of clothing is a white crisp tee shirt because you can dress it up or down. If I had to describe my style I’d say ‘minimal, off-duty businessman who goes to the skate park’.”— Christopher, fashion major.

“My favorite article of clothing is a white crisp tee shirt because you can dress it up or down. If I had to describe my style I’d say ‘minimal, off-duty businessman who goes to the skate park’.”— Christopher, fashion major.

 “My style is a mix of ridiculously girly and punk. I think it describes me in the way that it’s feminine but not always necessarily in ways that you would expect- especially when it’s mixed with punk or nerdy pieces.”—Kristen, animation major.

“My style is a mix of ridiculously girly and punk. I think it describes me in the way that it’s feminine but not always necessarily in ways that you would expect- especially when it’s mixed with punk or nerdy pieces.”—Kristen, animation major.

 “I really like queer style. I’m drawn to clothes that are very feminized in a graphic way; I like the silhouette of a tee shirt but if the material is very feminine- like velour or lace- it tells a story of contradictory things and deconstructs ideas regarding what is acceptable for male fashion. It [asks the question], “What can I apply to my body can be socially acceptable as a male person?”—Mohammed, writing major.

“I really like queer style. I’m drawn to clothes that are very feminized in a graphic way; I like the silhouette of a tee shirt but if the material is very feminine- like velour or lace- it tells a story of contradictory things and deconstructs ideas regarding what is acceptable for male fashion. It [asks the question], “What can I apply to my body can be socially acceptable as a male person?”—Mohammed, writing major.

 “I get a lot of my style inspiration from Instagram, especially from romantic and dreamy images. [I also love] very over the top, eccentric, gothic style—kind of vampire-y. I’m very eccentric, so I think that in a way my style does show who I am as a person.—Marc Taylor, fashion major.

“I get a lot of my style inspiration from Instagram, especially from romantic and dreamy images. [I also love] very over the top, eccentric, gothic style—kind of vampire-y. I’m very eccentric, so I think that in a way my style does show who I am as a person.—Marc Taylor, fashion major.

 Student Style for Rookie, June 2017   
 “I like to wear trendy clothes, but it’s always a struggle finding [trendy] plus sized clothes, so I’m constantly trying to find stuff that fits my body well but is fashionable at the same time. I dress a little bit risqué for a plus sized woman sometimes, and I feel like sometimes it might make people uncomfortable, but it ultimately makes me feel good. I think my style says a lot about my personality because I’m an outgoing, social person [and my style matches that].”—Kenedee, photography major.
 “When I’m putting together outfits I like to [consider] my mood, and what I’ll feel comfortable in throughout the day. I look a lot to anything from the 40s to the 70s for inspiration- I reference the 40s a lot with the secretary-type high waisted pants and loafers. When I’m getting ready and doing my makeup, I like to look in the mirror see the picture I have of Marilyn Monroe hanging up, and that inspires [my beauty looks] as well.”—Armando, fashion major.
 “[When I’m buying clothes] I basically just look for whatever my abuelita would wear. I love old lady clothes. I’d describe my personal style as ‘grandma chic monster bug femme fatale’.”—Jesse, photography major.
 “My favorite article of clothing is a white crisp tee shirt because you can dress it up or down. If I had to describe my style I’d say ‘minimal, off-duty businessman who goes to the skate park’.”— Christopher, fashion major.
 “My style is a mix of ridiculously girly and punk. I think it describes me in the way that it’s feminine but not always necessarily in ways that you would expect- especially when it’s mixed with punk or nerdy pieces.”—Kristen, animation major.
 “I really like queer style. I’m drawn to clothes that are very feminized in a graphic way; I like the silhouette of a tee shirt but if the material is very feminine- like velour or lace- it tells a story of contradictory things and deconstructs ideas regarding what is acceptable for male fashion. It [asks the question], “What can I apply to my body can be socially acceptable as a male person?”—Mohammed, writing major.
 “I get a lot of my style inspiration from Instagram, especially from romantic and dreamy images. [I also love] very over the top, eccentric, gothic style—kind of vampire-y. I’m very eccentric, so I think that in a way my style does show who I am as a person.—Marc Taylor, fashion major.

Student Style for Rookie, June 2017

 

“I like to wear trendy clothes, but it’s always a struggle finding [trendy] plus sized clothes, so I’m constantly trying to find stuff that fits my body well but is fashionable at the same time. I dress a little bit risqué for a plus sized woman sometimes, and I feel like sometimes it might make people uncomfortable, but it ultimately makes me feel good. I think my style says a lot about my personality because I’m an outgoing, social person [and my style matches that].”—Kenedee, photography major.

“When I’m putting together outfits I like to [consider] my mood, and what I’ll feel comfortable in throughout the day. I look a lot to anything from the 40s to the 70s for inspiration- I reference the 40s a lot with the secretary-type high waisted pants and loafers. When I’m getting ready and doing my makeup, I like to look in the mirror see the picture I have of Marilyn Monroe hanging up, and that inspires [my beauty looks] as well.”—Armando, fashion major.

“[When I’m buying clothes] I basically just look for whatever my abuelita would wear. I love old lady clothes. I’d describe my personal style as ‘grandma chic monster bug femme fatale’.”—Jesse, photography major.

“My favorite article of clothing is a white crisp tee shirt because you can dress it up or down. If I had to describe my style I’d say ‘minimal, off-duty businessman who goes to the skate park’.”— Christopher, fashion major.

“My style is a mix of ridiculously girly and punk. I think it describes me in the way that it’s feminine but not always necessarily in ways that you would expect- especially when it’s mixed with punk or nerdy pieces.”—Kristen, animation major.

“I really like queer style. I’m drawn to clothes that are very feminized in a graphic way; I like the silhouette of a tee shirt but if the material is very feminine- like velour or lace- it tells a story of contradictory things and deconstructs ideas regarding what is acceptable for male fashion. It [asks the question], “What can I apply to my body can be socially acceptable as a male person?”—Mohammed, writing major.

“I get a lot of my style inspiration from Instagram, especially from romantic and dreamy images. [I also love] very over the top, eccentric, gothic style—kind of vampire-y. I’m very eccentric, so I think that in a way my style does show who I am as a person.—Marc Taylor, fashion major.

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