Sun Devil Street Wear: style inspiration

The legendary designer, Coco Chanel, once said, ”Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street. Fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”

Fashion and style is an expression of who we are, our culture and individuality. It can also reflect who we desire to be. We can be inspired by many things, from the style maven, Alexa Chung’s outfits to a pattern found on a couch in a thrift store. What we are inspired by shows in the way we dress. So I asked some of these stylish Sun Devils where they get their style inspiration.

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Photo Courtesy by Haleigh DiIullo
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1. Davia Chiolds, communications freshman
Shirt (thrift), Pants (H&M;), Uggs
Inspiration: New York City

2. Jenny Berky (left), film production sophomore.
Outfit (thrift)
Inspiration: Mitchell (the guy on the right)

Mitchell Keany (right), digital culture junior.
Shirt (borrowed from a friend), thrift store
Inspiration: Lil’Wayne

3. Chaz Delph (left), economics freshman
Outfit (Gap)
Inspiration: everything

Mariah Madrid (middle), social work freshman
Outfit (Old Navy)
Inspiration: Pinterest

Tiana Madrid (right), psychology freshman
Outfit (Forever 21)
Inspiration: Pinterest

Where do you find style inspiration?

 

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