Chaya Barham, senior, sign language interpreting

Barham’s fashion is inspired by magazines and Pinterest, the online collage board where people can share things interests. She wears layers and colors to express her fun style.

“(It’s) a mix of everything. It’s whatever I think looks good,” she said.



Favorite fashion trend: “Bright, skinny jeans in purple. They’re really fun and different, a fun way to add color.”

Least favorite fashion trend: “Really short crop tops with nothing under them. I just don’t like the way it looks.”

Advice to a fashion defunct friend: “Mix it up and be creative. Have fun. Try solid bases with bright colors.”

Sunglasses—Target, $12
Necklace—gift
Camisole—gift
Tank—Target, $10
Shirt—Urban Outfitters, $10
Cardigan—Forever 21, $20
Bag—Hastings, $50
Skirt—Target, $10
Socks—Target, $2
Leggings—Target, $5
Shoes—Urban Outfitters, $40 (on sale)

Andrew Aragon, junior, political science

Aragon dons formal attire every Monday for his fraternity, but not just because he’s obligated to. He said the “business-casual preppy style” is how he typically dresses.

“I’m a suit-and-tie kind of guy, really old fashioned. Red and black are my favorite colors.”

Favorite fashion trend: “My biggest thing is suits — a wnice, tapered suit.”

Least favorite fashion trend: “Hipster fashion. It looks mismatched. It’s a personal taste thing.”

Advice to a fashion defunct friend: “I’d have to take them out and show them around. A bro makeover. My number one piece of advice is dress for the job you want. Keep it classy.”

Shoes — Steve Madden from Chicago, $100
Slacks — Ralph Lauren (part of a suit), $180
Shirt — Express, $60
Tie — Van Heusen, gift
Cardigan — Express, $65
Watch — Armani (Dillard’s), not sure about price
Glasses — Ray-Ban, $360
Bag — Samsonite (TJ Maxx), about $45