An extension of their personality

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Making a style statement by sporting the latest trends is vital on campus, even if it means style over comfort. Whether it’s sporting casuals or formals, on campus or off it, students tell Metrolife what’s in and what’s out.

Ranjit

An MBA student, wore a white T-shirt with digital prints and blue pants from ‘Denim’along with black loafer shoes. 

Coloured pants are in style. I shop every month according to the latest trends. But I’m not brand conscious. I just go in for what style and colours suit me. However, at times, I prefer sporting the latest trend regardless of comfort,” he admits.

Neela Pal

An MBA student from New Horizon College of Engineering, wore an unbranded blue and white-striped top with black leggings from Kathmandu. The look was enhanced by a pair of peach coloured wedge heels. 

My colours are blue and red. While I ensure that I keep track of the latest fashion, I also ensure that I am comfortable in my outfit. I keep accessories minimal. If I wear a heavy necklace, then I go with simple earrings and vice-versa. But I just love finger rings,” she says. 

Satvik HP

An MBA student of New Horizon College of Engineering, wore a blue T-shirt with black jeans from ‘US Polo’ and ‘Nike’ sneakers. Completing the look was a ‘Cassio’ watch. 

"It’s important to know what suits you, rather than going in for the latest since it may not define your style. I ensure I dress for the occasion. Be it formals or casuals, I go in only for branded wear,” he explains. 

RADHIKA MP

A fourth-semester MBA student wore a flowery top from ‘Vero Moda’ along with black jeans from ‘Jean Joint’. Completing the look was a pair of pink ballerina shoes. 

“Since I feel that pink, purple and blue suit me best, I always pick my clothes in those colours. To make a style statement, I need to be comfortable. With comfort comes confidence. I prefer using minimal jewellery,” she explains. 

 

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