I caught these two Fashionistos on their way to the dining hall and I just had to stop them to get a photo. These Fashionistos come as a pair, but clearly have two distinctly different styles. I've often seen them walking around school and have always admired their style. I finally had some courage (and a camera) to ask them for a snapshot. They are always so effortlessly trendy and fashionable. These gents are two students that bring the runway to campus.
Our Fashionisto on the left is wearing a slightly loose fitting white long sleeve tee, black skinny jeans and combat boots. He accessorizes with sunnies and his haircut. The designed tops add a bit of personality and color to a rather dark palette. I love love LOVE this outfit! He is totally ready for this cool So-Cal fall.
Our Fashionisto on the right has a light denim vest paired with dark rinse denim and wears it so well! The denim vest, like the one found here, is a perfect accessory to complete any outfit. As a matter of a fact, you could pair this stylish undergrad's vest with the other's white shirt and black denim pants to make a completely new outfit! Cuffing the pants also gives this look a retro '80s vibe especially with the Converse Chuck Taylor All-stars.
Hint: Mix and Match! No need to wear the same pair of pants with the same shirt twice. Share clothes with friends, have a clothing swap, go to thrifting with friends, raid your parents closet (you know they have a bunch of '80s gear). Cut your old shirts into muscle tees or tanks, cut your old worn pants into shorts, throw on your friend's cardigan or borrow some jewelry to add a little spice to your outfit. If you aren’t an accessory type of guy, like these Fashionistos, wear sunglasses! They are practical and fashionable. Try these Ray-Ban classic wayfarers in Tortoise.These Ray-ban's have a fantastic green colored lens that offers a fun twist to classic black. is close to a black. If these aren't your style, try the Clubmasters pair. What will you be pairing with your outfit next week? Be sure to try two new things to “spice” up your outift.