Often seen around campus sporting her iconic frog hat, Enali shares how she finds her colorful but comfortable wardrobe — and how wearing anything else wouldn’t be true to herself.
“It was definitely this year that I was able to express myself outside of the color of my hair or what I put on my eyes or the earrings or jewelry I wear. It’s nice to be able to put it all together into one big Lenice.”
Butler students and sisters Sarah and Zayna Salih share how their passion for fashion inspired them to start their clothing company, Salih Squared.
From her handmade earrings to her thrifted outfits, Meghan’s sense of style is one that shines through no matter where she is.
The all-black outfits that musicians are required to wear for concerts may seem restrictive, but cellist Katie Stitsworth and vocalist Antony Winfrey prove it is possible for one’s unique twist on fashion to still shine through.
Butler student athletes Olivia Allen, Katelyn Le and Aaron Thompson share their favorite ways to incorporate athletic wear into everyday looks.
Butler students Nadia Issa, Vicki Turner and Claire Porter share tips and tricks for how to incorporate masks into her fashionable looks, as well as student small businesses to support.
Butler professor Scott Bridge aims to keep students smiling by wearing suits for Zoom class sessions. Bridge talked with The Butler Collegian about his conservative yet professional sense of style.
Koch addresses her internship at Pattern Magazine and how her trip overseas inspires the way she dresses today.
Sophomore entrepreneurship and innovation major Noah Thomas discusses his favorite pieces, places to shop and some things that you need in your closet before spring comes.