Sophomore mechanical engineering major Sean Supple is clad in jeans, an orange snowboarding sweatshirt and a bright green beanie hat.
“I got my hat from dogfunk.com; it’s a huge ski and snowboard site,” Supple said.
He purchased the hat for about $15. Supple’s sweatshirt, which cost him about $25, came from another website, departmentofgoods.com. The website features “skate, bike and mountain equipment.”
Supple’s can be found at Express for $45 and his Nike 6.0 shoes were purchased at Journey’s for about $65.
“I just like a comfortable style,” Supple said. “I go with what it looks like and then the material-how warm it is-and then by what brand.”
“There are some brands I’m dedicated to and I like snowboarding brands,” Supple said when describing his personal style.
His favorite brand is Thirty Two, a snowboarding brand, and his favorite place to shop is online at dogfunk.com, because “they have the steeziest styles.”
Becca Hart, a sophomore interior design major, wears jeans, a bright blue long-sleeve shirt, black boots, and a black ruffled scarf. Hart purchased the scarf from Urban Outfitters for $20, the shirt from Hollister for $13, the jeans from American Eagle Outfitters for $40 and the boots were a gift from Macy’s that cost $40.
“My favorite store is Urban Outfitters,” Hart said. She described her personal style as “not really dressy, just laid back.”
“I wear flannels a lot and jeans mostly,” Hart said. “And Ugg boots-I wear them all the time.”