This week, Ryerson students made neutral tones the focus and brought out relaxed silhouettes in a spin in street style. From a Blair Waldorf-inspired tweed blouse to an oversized grey jacket, it looks like students are bringing out a range of styles, from monochromatic chic to hypebeast fashion.

Aya Baradie

Photo by Megan Honan.

Baradie channeled her inner Blair Waldorf in a tweed collared blouse, beige coat, high-waisted black pants and jean flats. She accessorized with a minimalistic gold watch.

Describe your style in three words

Simple, chic and neutral.

What inspired your outfit?

I grab my inspiration from a lot of different places. Oftentimes, I end up following certain Instagram blogs or when I end up watching certain shows, I just instantly gravitate towards the kind of styles that they wear. I’ve been re-watching Gossip Girl lately and so for some reason my entire wardrobe is starting to look like [something] Blair Waldorf would wear.

Jacob Rossi

Photo by Megan Honan.

Rossi brought out the best of hypebeast street style in a black hoodie paired with a puffer jacket, grey sweatpants and Adidas sneakers. He enhanced the look with a cross-shoulder bag and a beige jacket.

Describe your style in three words

Creative, original and trendy.

What inspired your outfit?

The city inspires me. I see what other people are wearing and I kind of put it together in my own way and try to make it work.

Jackie Cheng

Photo by Megan Honan.

Cheng made a case for monochrome in a black off the shoulder top, grey jacket, wide legged jeans and black ankle boots. She accessorized with a skull-adorned bracelet, rings, and silver sunglasses.

Describe your style in three words

Monochromatic, sculptural and comfortable.

What inspired your outfit?

It really depends on what I’m doing that day. If I’m just going out to study, I’m going to probably be in sweats and a sweatshirt. There’s ways to elevate that I think, so that you don’t look like a slob but usually those are my go-to outfits. Today, I had a meeting so I dressed up a little bit more but usually it’s what I’m doing that will dictate what I wear.

 

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By: Megan Honan

Melissa Oro

Maha Syeda

 

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