You are what you wear!

You are what you wear!

Students always keep pace with the fashion trends. They are conscious about what they wear and care is taken to match shoes and accessories with the clothes they wear. They experiment by mixing and matching and sporting contrasting outfits. While stripes and checks are popular with boys, girls like bright-coloured Indian wear and elegantly-cut dresses. 

Darsh Chandrappa

The third-year BCA student of PESIT, slipped into a turquoise-coloured shirt and complemented the look with white semi-formal trousers from Flying Machine. To add to this chic look, he wore black loafers from Max. 
The clothes you wear talk a lot about your attitude and send out a clear message about your sense of fashion. I always go in for contrast and choose clothes that suit my personality. What you wear contributes to the growing trends in the market.

Mekayel Mathew
The second-year BCom student of Kristu Jayanti College, wore a white formal shirt with red and blue stripes from Allen Solly and matched it with grey formal trousers, also from Allen Solly. He chose to complete the look with formal brown shoes from Levis. 
When I wear formal clothes, I always try and contrast the look because it stands out and contrasting outfits suits my complexion. I usually don’t wear casuals and make it a point to stick to semi-formals. For shoes, I switch between Converse and loafers.
Shruthi HR
The first-year BA student of Kristu Jayanti College wore a blue kurti with work around the neckline and at the border. She matched it with black leggings and black slip-ons.
First impression is the best impression, therefore it is important to look good. Attitude comes later. I usually like wearing jeans with a short-collared shirt. When it comes to Indian wear like kurtis, for instance, I go in for bright colours such as pink, fluorescent and match it with contrast leggings.

Shruti MK
This second-year interior design student of Mount Carmel College, wore a red dress from Ginger and paired it with black strapped stilettos from Cat Walk. 
I dress up because I like to look good. I believe that comfort and style go hand-in-hand and it is important to look good and presentable, wherever you go. In addition to what you wear, walking tall and being confident help in boosting one’s style quotient.

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