Issue 1- Campus Street Style

 

The essence of downtown Toronto is nothing less than a luxurious urban vibe that pushes you to dress up a little more. You go to out-of-town universities and it seems that more than half the time it’s sweatpants, a hoodie and a backpack to match that is the unspoken uniform.

At Ryerson your choices are not necessarily dictated by your program but by your decision to have a stylish OOTD (outfit of the day).

This series will allow students to show off looks that embody who they are and will give us an introduction to their stories.

Christiane Beya, 4th-year student

Photo by Augustine Ng

“I will honestly put myself through the most uncomfortable clothes, as long as I look good I feel good”, said Beya

Hat- Winners

Jacket- Forever 21

Blouse- H&M

Vest- H&M

Skirt- H&M

Shoes- Zara

Sonja Lunan, 1st-year student

Photo by Augustine Ng

“I got these new shoes, so I decided pair the silver with something else shiny and have that pop of colour with the black. Basically just staying warm and looking cute,” said Lunan.

Jacket- H&M

Turtlekneck- Value Village

T-shirt- Urban Outfitters

Boots- Urban Outfitters

Connor Garel, 3rd-year student

Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

“I wore this sweater because it kind of reminds me of Raf Simons, this kind of mix between Carlton from Fresh Prince and runway,” said Garel.

Hat- Fisherman

Earrings- his Mother’s closet

Jacket- Black Market

Sweater- Value Village

T-shirt- Greenbox

Pants- Winners

Shoes- Asos

Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

Photo by Amanda Skrabucha

Photo by Augustine Ng

Photo by Augustine Ng

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