“‘Now is the time to experiment with styles and figure out what you like and don’t like. Any outfit looks better if you feel confident wearing it.”’
As the leaves change color and the weather finally cools off, students start unpacking their fall clothes.
Two seniors reflect on their shared style journey and the memories they’ve made along the way.
Horne spoke to the Butler Collegian about fashion, the rebranding process and her launch event.
The sophomore described her vintage-inspired look, the appeal and drawbacks of the vintage style community and tips on making modern clothes look historical.
Junior arts administration and art and design major Frances Anderson’s style is youthful, retro and always paired with the perfect accessories.
“Students are finding new ways to merge their leisure time with their professional life.”
Lilly Boehmer shares the inspiration behind her eclectic style and the importance of self-expression.
Hear ye hear ye, all practitioners of the olden magicks, for guidance in the dark art of fashion fit for the fall.
Students have always been known to put more effort into their first day of school outfits than the rest of the school year. This begs the question of whether or not people will keep up their in-person fashionable outfits, or if they will start to miss the comfort of wearing pajamas to class over Zoom.