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Campus includes diverse women’s fashion examples

Written By Carmen Amadio

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Junior english literature major Hannah Starcher poses in a blazer and tube top from Avalon Excahnge, corduroy pants from Urban Outfitters, astronaut necklace from Market Square’s Christmas Market, and shoes from Target. Hannahs favorite way to shop is thrifting and her go-to store is Goodwill in the South Side. She enjoys making her casual pieces fun and considers her style to be “hobo-chic.” Her fashion icon is musician and actress, Carrie Brownstein.

Senior psychology major Sara Cramer poses in a minimalistic polka-dot button up and a long fitted skirt from Macy’s. She added a chunky belt and simple necklaces to help her statement pieces pop out. Sara styles her outfits with red lipstick and curly hair to give it her signature look. Her go-to store is Target because it is cheap and affordable. She does not have a fashion icon because of her eclectic style that is always changing.

Sophomore photojournalist major Naomi Torres poses in a basic v-neck shirt from H&M, a thin flannel from Forever 21, rolled-up skinny jeans from a boutique in Greece, and white high-top sneakers from Converse. She also added a simple necklace for an accessory. Her go-to style is a mixture of edgy and simple to show off her favorite look. Naomi’s favorite clothing store is Forever 21 and looks up to singer Rihanna as her fashion icon.


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