College is a time of exploration, of finding yourself. How do we do that, one way is through what we wear. Experiment! Try new styles, colors and haircuts, because that's what our young adult life is all about. Not to mention, laughing about how ridiculous we all looked 15 years from now. Do we really need pants that go up to our belly buttons? Oh wait, of course we do.
"I am inspired by meek, passionate people who see the greater and more simple things in life. I would consider myself a pioneer, because I dress the way I feel that day. I don't constantly strive to uphold a certain look, but rather what version of myself I am that day."
"I would call my style the �Not-so-granola-but-kinda-because-I-love-Patagonia-[style]'. My inspiration is my Instagram and all the outdoorsy people that I follow that have no idea who I am. There's this one family from Kentucky who are�my dream 'fam.' They all wear Patagonia. I'd like to think that I brought Chacos and Patagonia baggies to this campus back in 2012."
"More often than not, I draw fashion inspiration from the runway and street styles. I try to marry the two while adding my own little twist to it. My style changes daily depending on my mood. So with a style that often fluctuates, I would find it hard to say my style blends with what is on campus, especially when it doesn't always blend from day to day."
"I dress in a lot of different styles. The common theme is just dressing well. Whether it's athletic clothes, dressier clothes or the hipster look, just dressing well is really my style. I get inspired by randomly seeing things I like and then wondering if I could pull them off. If I can, I do it! I feel like a pioneer because one day I'm wearing joggers and a baggy shirt and the next day I'm wearing nice pants and a dress shirt."
"If [my style] is anything, it is eclectic. I don't feel like I'm a slave to trends--meaning I can't keep up with them. So if I like something that someone's wearing, I'll steal it, whoever they are. Some days, like today, I feel I blend a little, and others I really don't. I don't know if I call it pioneering ... rebelling maybe."