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While the fall weather here at Princeton may be off to a slow start, fall fashion is certainly not. Students around campus sport effortless style, mixing elements of environmental consciousness, simplicity, and comfort. Look here for inspiration on how to put together statement-making outfits as the leaves change color and the temperature drops.

Naomi Shifrin ’21

Shifrin combines a comfy blue peacoat and a maroon scarf for a traditional fall look. Her bucket bag compliments her black leather boots. Shifrin described her personal style as “sustainability-chic,” and added that she is “committed to only shopping at second-hand stores for sustainability reasons.”

Margo Sneeringer ’21

Sneeringer creates a bold monochrome look with a bomber jacket from Zara, cuffed skinny jeans, and Blundstone boots. She accessorizes her look with a simple necklace and an eye-catching belt. Sneeringer described her personal style as “simple, casual, and dark.”

Gabriel Paniagua ’21

Paniagua likes to think of his style as "light, simple, and effective." Here, he wears a dark blue bomber jacket and cuffed pants, finishing the look with trendy Adidas Stan Smith sneakers. 

Beth Stella ’18

Stella stays warm with an oversized fleece, black skinny jeans, and leather boots. Her red t-shirt provides a pop of color reminiscent of fall scenery, perfect for what she describes as her "neutral-toned, edgy, and cozy" aesthetic.   

Katie Massie ’21

Massie's style is "classic, practical, and fun." Her outfit emphasizes primary colors and classic elements, with her denim overalls and high top Converse All-Stars. 

Jonah Lytle ’21

Lytle layers a knitted cotton sweater over a long sleeve. He ties it all together with suede lace-up boots. Lytle described his style as “fresh, simplistic, and dapper.”

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