Some like it casual, some like it classy!

Youngsters today know exactly what they want to wear and be spotted in. They are always on the lookout for something that goes well with their personality. While some students believe that casual is the way to go, others follow the classy look.

Kruthika Shankar

The second-year PU student of psychology from Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College for Women wore a bright pink straight-cut dress and stilettos from Reliance Trends and teamed it with a shrug from Brand Factory.

Being stylish also means leaving a good impression.This dress suits me well and the stilettos go well with it. My wardrobe consists mostly of jeggings and jeans and frocks. I do wear salwar and kurta too, but I wear outfits which are simple and classy as that is the style now. I stay away from a lot of embellishments and heavy-worked salwars as those are just not me.

Syed Ibrahim

This third-semester student of MBA from RV Institute of Management chose a casual look by sporting a T-shirt from ‘Being Human’ with pencil-cut jeans from Lee and a leather jacket and boots to complete the look.

Contrasting combinations are the in-thing now. My wardrobe mostly consists of denims or corduroy pants and I like wearing T-shirts because I can flaunt my body with the same. I believe in dressing up as it helps boost my self-confidence. Green and red are my favourite colours in tees and I also love mixing and matching different looks.

Vikas Yagadi

The third-semester student of MBA from RV Institute of Management slipped into a Puma T-shirt and teamed it with a low-waist jeans from Louis Philippe and a Nike sweater.

I usually wear what I’m most comfortable in. Being stylish means comfort to me as that boosts my confidence. I’ve tried many brands and know which fits me best. I usually wear dark or bright-coloured tees as they suit my complexion best and when I’m wearing shirts, it’s mostly plain coloured or striped ones.

Shruthi Iyengar

This final-year BBM student from Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College for Women matched a yellow blouse from Max with black jeans from Levi and completed the look with a black jacket and ballerinas.

Fashion is a medium through which one can express oneself without actually using words. Ballerinas are the in-thing now. I love to wear trendy and vibrant colours and I also wear outfits in various colours according to the seasons. Wearing something that complements one is the most important fashion advice to follow as clothes reflect one’s personality.

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