Something for the season

Last Updated 18 June 2014, 13:31 IST

Cuts and styles rule the trends for youngsters on campus today. While some keep their looks simple with add-ons, others like to go all out. Contrast seems to be the talk of the town with students mixing different colours and styles to showcase their best look.

Swetha Ravindra

The second-year MBA student of RV Institute of Management wore a pink coloured top with jeans from People, and teamed it with yellow shoes from Reliance Footprint.

She added a black coloured bag from Baggit to complete the look.

The contrast between the blouse and the shoes gives a stylish look, which is the trend.

When I choose my clothes, the comfort factor is what rules my preference.

Geetika Bindana

The second-year mass communication student of Christ University wore a black deep-neck top from Zara and teamed it up with a pair of neon palazzo pants which she picked up from a flea market.

She chose to enhance the look with a set of pearls, which she believes not only gives it a sense of elegance but also a sense of class.

Geetika believes you are what you wear and your style reflect your personality.

It’s not about aping others but setting a new trend. I try to experiment with a lot of Indian brands too.

Kezhia Sharieff

A second-year MBA student at Kristu Jayanti College, Kezhia believes that clothes are a
reflection of who she is and her style.

She wore a T-shirt from the brand ‘I am not perfect but I am limited edition’ which is from Bangkok with jeans from Levis, and teamed it with a watch from Swatch and shoes from Ginger.

Brands don’t make you because your personality is your brand. 

I believe that constant experimentation and keeping pace with changing fashions make one look cool.

I always mix and match my clothes and never shy away from trying out new stuff.

(Published 18 June 2014, 13:31 IST)

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