Pictured above: Op-Ed and Features Editor Molly Ryan is a sophomore history major. Her favorite style of clothing are vintage and thrifted.
Annalise Anderson | The Crow’s Nest
As in-person classes return, there is no more hiding behind a screen.
For some, it means having to simply look presentable – for others, it’s inspiration to experiment and show off what’s been collecting dust in the closet.
After over a year of online classes, many students take the return to campus as an opportunity to up their fashion style game.
“I would describe myself as someone who is into fashion, as I have always wanted my own fashion brand. Being on campus definitely gives me an opportunity to showcase and experiment with my style. I nearly change my outfit 3 times a day.”– Midas Hilaire
Serena Wasilewski is a first-year graduate student studying psychological studies. The Crow’s Nest.| The Crow’s Nest.
“My fashion is a reflection of how I feel, so I like to dress up whenever I can! I dress up at school, going out with friends, for social media and I enjoy wearing stylish fitness clothes to the gym.” – Serena Wasilewski
Mia Paoge is a junior geography major.
“My favorite type of style is when I can tell someone saw an undesirable piece of clothing and thought “I’m gonna make that look so cool.”’ – Mia Poage
Cameron Lemery is a junior studying history. The Crow’s Nest.| The Crow’s Nest.
“I will say that returning to campus has influenced my clothing choices. Where in years previous I would just wear something comfortable, I now wear things that are comfort and “good-looking.’” – Cameron Lemery
Emily Carter is senior geography major. Molly Ryan | The Crow’s Nest.
“Returning to campus has made getting dressed more of an event. I’m still getting into the swing of putting outfits together again, feels like I was in pajamas for a year and a half.” – Emily Carter