Patches of snow on brown grass aren’t the ideal catwalk, but expect nothing less than service from App State’s hottest students. Returning from the winter break and entering 2022 offers many opportunities for rebranding. Let’s see if these climbers have updated their style as one of their New Year’s resolutions.
Freshman Izzy Cradler attended a private school where she had to wear uniforms all her life. Now in his second semester at App State, Cradler is still trying to figure out what his personal style is.
“Coming to college, I had a lot of fun trying out new styles,” Cradler said. “I really like things that are comfortable and that also tend not to be so typically feminine.”
Cradler wears a gray Penn State jersey under a quilted jacket. Her jacket is copper-colored, while she jeans contain cargo pockets, flaps and seams. The masculine silhouettes of his clothes speak true to his style.
A staple for every Boone student, Cradler begins her outfit with a Carhartt cap. She ends up with Nike Blazer Mid in Habanero Red.
Orange and purple aren’t the closest on the color wheel, but Bryanna Lujan-Nievs makes them an unlikely pair for her first day.
“Honestly, I felt purple today. I can’t explain it, “said Lujan-Nievs.” Sometimes I wake up feeling the colors. Like the other day, I felt green. “
Whether it’s green or purple, its coordination is perfect with a two-tone scarf, lilac pants, and hints of purple on its top. The trend of small and large shirts follows trousers, standing with black platform boots.
In addition to her scarf, Lujan-Nievs adorns multiple nose rings, gems, necklaces, and even a double-winged glittery eyeliner. Her inspiration for her style is none other than Doja Cat.
“It’s a bad b—- right there,” said Lujan-Nievs.
Interior design specialist Seth Stearns proves that metal chains don’t have to be worn around the neck. They can be hung on yours trousers mashed potato. Matching her red Tripp NYC pants to their hair, Stearns’ gothic mall the 90s aesthetic stands out against the pale white walls of the union.
“I have the big Tripp pants,” Stearns said. “Quite popular in the late 90s, 2000s. I find a lot of inspiration from Instagram.”
It sticks to the colors of black and red with Doc Martens platform, a canvas tote bag ea hoodie. Stearns has some chains on the neck to match the silver metal of the pants.
Kylie Twenty-Five, a psychology freshman, is neutral at Sanford Mall, prepared for the cold first day.
Venticinque’s color palette is often found in beige, black and brown, and is no different today. Her idea of a pop of color is amber or gold in her accessories.
But her accessories go far beyond just jewelry. Twenty-five uses scarves and ties around the waist, belt loops and, of course, around the neck.
“I have a huge collection of scarves,” said Twenty-five. “I tie them everywhere. I use them as scarves, I use them a lot as a foulard. I like casual belts and ties.
To finish off the look, Venticinque starts with a brown long sleeve shirt under a black underbust corset. On top of this there is a khaki jacket under a skin one. It has three layered necklaces in length. Keeps her curls warm with a per ha and ends with black knee boots, which he claims to wear with everything.
Taking into account the cold, the new year and the need to impress on the first day, App State students can rock an outfit from head to toe. They have all semester to take a look at the campus.