Very chic indeed!

College fashion is not just about being stylish and trendy. Students say that in order to stand out, they often mix and match clothes and accessories bought from different cities and local markets. They even blend the ethnic stuff with contemporary designs to make their own style statement.


A third-year computer engineering student from BMS College of
Engineering, looked rather stylish in a blue short coat and black jeans, which she
teamed up with black stiletto heels.

I like to dress up sometimes and college is one of those places where I can flaunt my style statement. I may not always be able to wear everything in college as there is a dress code, but there is enough scope to innovate and look different.


A second-year BCA student of Oxford College of Science, sported a striped white shirt, a pair of blue jeans from Flying Machine and a funky pair of sneakers from Adidas.

Blue jeans and white shirt is a very popular combination and never goes out of fashion. It looks quite trendy when teamed up with a nice pair of shoes. I prefer wearing jeans as they are comfortable and have a great fit.


A first-year fashion and apparel design student from Oxford
College of Science, wore a purple and blue checquered shirt along with a pair of blue jeans from Levis. He also sported a pair of brown and grey
checquered Converse shoes bought from Commercial Street.

I like to dress in a causal fashion. I am involved in sports and hence, like to wear something which is comfortable. Checks are the flavour of the season and there are so many colours that are available now.


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