Campus street style is all about spotting individual, unique style displayed by ASU students. This week was no exception, as the spring season brought about breezy and colorful pieces with feminine notes. Music continued to be a heavy wardrobe influence, in addition to the carry over of the fall minimalist trend. Continue to stick to your guns, ASU, and let your style exemplify you.
Senior Richard Post-Gutierrez
Richard’s style is inspired by art and music. The bands he likes promote individuality and being weird, so by dressing differently he’s “doing his part to standout.”
Junior Lindsay Drucker
Lindsay’s minimalist style features great Goodwill and World Market finds, like her sported bag and jewelry.
Junior Frankie Villegas
Major/Concentration: Film and Media Studies
Frankie coined the term “Urban Desperado,” an urban cowboy with flare.
Freshman Meridian Umana
Meridian’s style can be summed up in two words: colorful and inexpensive.
Alumnus Daniel Suber
Daniel’s style consists of pieces that are functional, different, and black, with feminine influences, such as the cat-eye sunglasses.
Sophomore Nick Villagrana
Major/Concentration: Political Sciences
A dabbler of trends and self-described “sea punk,” Nick’s staples include black basics, Doc. Marten’s, and gold chains.
By Gianna Mocilnikar and Muriel Woodland