Mizzou's Got Style: Simple Floral, Neutral Color Blocking & Lovely Layers

The sun is out, and Mizzou students have slowly crept out of their study rooms and res halls to enjoy the weather. See who we caught looking super stylish this week on campus!

Simple Floral

Junior international studies major Kelsey White definitely knows how to dress for comfort and look fabulous doing it. She loves simplicity and classic fashion icons fuel her fire! “Audrey Hepburn is one of my favorite actresses, and she really pioneered the legging and ballet flat that everyone [wears] now,” White said. “She had incredible style!” When it comes to putting an outfit together, White’s number rule is to never recycle ensembles: “When I get dressed I try to wear something different that I’ve never worn, I try not to repeat outfits, I try to be creative and I try putting random things together that don’t necessarily match right off the bat!”

Statement Pieces on a Budget: top, cardigan, boots

Neutral Color Blocking

Terrell Davis-Weldy didn’t catch our eye because of an extravagant piece of clothing, but because of the way he color-blocked simple pieces of clothing and made it look great! This freshman civil engineering major usually hits the campus catwalk rocking a preppy ensemble, and he prefers to shop at PacSun, Express and Gap! When prompted for fashion advice, Davis-Weldy had this to say to Mizzou’s men: “Guys, don’t be afraid to put up the sneakers!”

Statement Pieces on a Budget: jacket, jeans, boots

Lovely Layers

Senior hospitality management major Chelsea Zou demanded attention last week with her quilted coat, adorable sweater and edgy, studded collar. Zou looks to fashion icons like Alexia Trung for inspiration and strives to give off that same chic vibe that Trung is famous for. For students who have trouble dressing to impress, Zou had this to say: “[What you wear] depends on how you like it and how you get dressed.” In other words, when getting dressed, the main person you should try to impress is yourself!

Statement Pieces on a Budget: top, sweater, coat

This article is a part of Candice Brew's weekly campus fashion column that captures Mizzou students looking their finest.
By: Candice Brew


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