Campus StyleWatch: April 2017 #14

Thanks to SWAG 5.0 (a dance event held by the Nottingham Dance Club), we have seen a sudden influx of people wearing street fashion apparel in its many varieties. This week on StyleWatch, we hit the streets (badum-tss) on the look out for students rocking streetwear right.

Phoebe Lim | Malaysia | 3rd Year International Business Management

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Street style encompasses a wide variety of subcultures and Japan is where most of it comes from. During her travels to the land of the rising Sun, she was inspired by their sense of minimalism and simplicity amidst a metropolitan cityscape. For her outfit, she chose a lightweight white top that ties in with a flowy cream-coloured skirt. Holding her gray sweater and earthy tote bag in her hand, we can see Phoebe blending easily into the streets of Harajuku amongst the Japanese who also wear the trendy earthy pastel look.

Sweater from Miira Mew in Pavilion Shopping Mall

Skirt from a market in Bangkok

Top from a market in Bangkok

Platforms from a street stall near Times Square Mall

Tote bag from Loft, Japan

 

Lai Yee Tong | Malaysia | Foundation in Arts and Education

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We found Yee Tong while pre-performance outside the Trent Building, a little before SWAG started. Albeit having to conform to the uniformity of coordinated dancewear, she was not afraid to stand out with her sense of style. Her choice to pair a long baseball jacket with a pair simple black leggings and canvas shoes made her look like she had just come out of baseball practice. What caught our attention was her choice to match her red top with her wine red lipstick – bringing boldness to her athletic school girl style. This ensemble is definitely a unique street fashion fit for Malaysia’s summer-all-year climate.

Singlet from Giordano

Leggings from Spao

Shoes from Spao

Baseball jacket from a GOT7 fan-signing event

 

Anussya | Malaysia | Foundation in Arts and Education

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From a distance, we could spot Anussya with her unique pink leather jacket that was colour-coordinated with a peach handbag (a hand-me-down from her mother). Bringing back memories of her travels to India,  her headband and shirt were souvenirs. With her pairing of florals and leather, the ensemble is given a sense of contrast – an essential to streetwear style.

Headband from a bazaar in India

Shirt from a bazaar in India

Jacket from Carousell

Bag was a hand-me-down from her mother

Jeans from Levi’s

Sandals from Birkenstock

So that is it from this week’s StyleWatch! We hope you’ve been inspired – watch this space for the next installment. Till then, adieu!

Written by Andrew Ng

Ratchet pharmacist and local fashion slut.

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