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Seeking fashion wisdom from UFV students

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By Martin Castro (Contributor) – Email

Print Edition: July 16, 2014

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What is your name? 

Taylor.

What are you studying, Taylor? 

English. 

Can you tell me why you’re wearing what you’re wearing?

It’s comfortable. I’m here all day. I usually get cold in class so I’m wearing a sweater. 

How would you describe your personal style?

Normally, I’m very preppy, but today I’m more casual. 

Where do you usually get your clothes?

SIRENS and American Eagle. 

What’s your favourite part of your outfit?

Probably my jeans. I like the rips and the stressing. 

Is your outfit comfortable?

Yes. Definitely. 


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What is your name?

John. 

What are you studying?

Kinesiology.

Can you tell me why you’re wearing what you’re wearing?

Well, I work at J. Crew, so a lot of my clothes come from there. 

How would you describe your personal style?

I’d say I have two [different styles] … more formal/prep, and a street-wear side. I’m into a lot of Japanese streetwear brands [like] Double Tap, Supreme, that kind of thing. 

What’s your favourite part of your outfit?

Probably these shoes. They’re Kenton suede wingtips. I’ve had them for a couple of weeks now and they’ve been great. 

Is your outfit comfortable?

I would say so, yeah. I find fitted clothes pretty comfortable; I would say they’re the best. 


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What is your name? 

Jesse Kaufman.

What are you studying?

Business.

Can you tell me why you’re wearing what you’re wearing?

Today’s a nice sunny day, pink’s nice on sunny days. Jeans are comfortable, they’re not too casual.

How would you describe your personal style?

Casual, maybe a bit preppy.

Where do you usually get your clothes?

Ralph Lauren, H&M, places like that.

What’s your favourite part of your outfit?

The watch. I wear it every day.

Is your outfit comfortable?

Yes. It’s very comfortable. The main thing is the shirt has to be untucked. If it was tucked in, it wouldn’t be comfortable.

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