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Photo Courtesy of Jayla Johnson

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Jayla Johnson, Centurion Staff

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Looking around Bucks, there is no unifying fashion sense to be seen. Every student and staff has their own style.
There are students who wear three-piece suits, while others wear pajamas. Some have haircuts picked from the front cover of that hair-style book in the barber shop, while others tried experimental looks.
With all these contrasting looks and styles, it’s hard to see any note of similarity. Everybody had their own different fashion sense.
Nicholas Vincent, 25-year-old communications major, had always dressed to impress. He can make any athletic-wear turn into a runway-ready sports show.
Vincent said, “there are in or out clothing pieces that I’ll always like.” However, he will always try to follow the trend.
“I was a logo man in high school, and I would wear lots of loose fitting clothes,” he confessed. Nowadays, his clothes fit him, and he is more conscious how he dresses.
Mackenzie Mooney, a 19-year-old communications major, had always dressed comfortable and cute for class.
“I’m here to learn, not to impress. Sometimes, I don’t mind a subtle flex,” she laughed, and brought out her Louis Vuitton keychain wallet.
“If Bucks had a dress code, I’d hate it,” Mooney said. The idea of a dress code brought back bad middle-school memories.
Gabby Adornetto, a business administration major, can be seen dressed as she described, “#MomsCloset.”
Adornetto worked at the school wearing her athleisure look. When she isn’t working, she can be seen in her business casual attire.
John Fey, 25-year-old Journalism major, said, “I hate seeing people wearing pajamas.”
Fey was always looking presentable with his pea coat. Throughout the week, he wears either jeans or dress pants paired with a button-up shirt and light jacket.
Fey believed, “dressing nice will have an impact on how people will treat you.”
Anthony DiRenzo, 23-year-old communications major, agreed with Fey. However, his sense of style goes along the lines of, “finding stuff that matches.”
Any average college student can relate with that.
While some try to plan out their outfits for the week or simply pick at random from a closet, Jared Roberts has always lived by these words: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Roberts, a 20-year-old journalism major, consistently wears the same five outfits throughout the week. Of course, he washes them and replaces any old clothes – but he keeps it simple.
“My style ain’t broken,” he bragged.
College is the prime time to test out new things – like new fashion. As long as you stay true to yourself, you don’t have to worry about what others think.
Bucks may not have a fashion sense, but it does have style.

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