Adorning the right attitude

Adorning the right attitude

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Attractive colour combinations and perfect fits are what youngsters are on the look out for. From a wide array of exotic brands to simple off-the-street clothes, the young brigade is ready to sport the latest trends in town. Whether they are brand-conscious or not, they have no dearth of choices. 

Judie David

A second-year MSc Maths student from Mount Carmel College, Judie was wearing a leopard-print top, black jeggings and shoes from Tibetan Plaza. She matched it with a striking red handbag bought from Commercial Street. She says that she likes to pick her clothes from places that sell trendy and unique items. 
I am not very brand-conscious. I shop at Commercial Street as it offers a wide range of clothes and accessories to choose from. I like shopping at Tibetan Plaza because they sell items that I will not be able to find anywhere else. I choose my clothes depending on the colours and whether they look good on me. For casual wear, I try not to accessorise heavily. 

Deepu Nagarajan

A CMRIMS student and a musician, Deepu was dressed in a shirt which he bought at Lee Cooper in Oman, blue jeans from ‘R n B’ and shoes from Bata. 
I like casuals as they are comfortable, trendy and unique. I pick my clothes according to the colour combinations, size and uniqueness. Otherwise I go for mega brands like Reebok and Levis. I believe that clothes reflect someone’s personality.

Akaash Nambiar
A student of CMR College and a rapper, he was wearing a blue formal shirt, black pants and formal shoes from Reebok. He matched his clothes with a bag from Reebok showroom. 
I like wearing anything that is unique, trendy and is the latest fashion in town. I am a brand-conscious person. Branded clothes last longer than those bought from the street. I feel comfortable in formal wear. It gives an executive and dignified look.