Campus StyleWatch: March 2018 #22

It’s halfway through the Spring Semester, not to mention the busiest time of the academic year. While some of us are too busy to remember the days of the week, these students have not failed to bring on their flower power action with their floral-themed outfits to fit in with the universities blooming landscape!

 

Nkosikhona Sikhosana | 2nd Year Pharmaceutical & Health Science | Zimbabwe

While walking to class, I could not help myself from having a major girl crush on Niko who was just vibing major tropical feels. Rocking the vacay look while on campus, she looked ready to hit the road for Coachella or even the set of Black Panther instead of lecture halls with her palm-printed jumpsuit and her vibrant bandana from Zimbabwe.

 

Bandana from Zimbabwe

Jumpsuit from PrettyConnections on Instagram

Sandals from Cotton On

 

Chua Rou En (Joann) | 1st Year English Language & Literature | Malaysia

Joann caught my eye with her creativity by mixing two different sets of earrings from H&M together (something we could all experiment with, I believe). The silver pair which was a gift, screamed sophistication while her outfit was all about being fun and flirty. She paired her flowery mustard top she got from a friend’s Instagram shop together with a plain black skirt along with a white long sleeve top!

 

Top from ej_closet on Instagram

Skirt and earrings from H&M

Shoes from Bata

 

Sean Ooi Si An | 1st Year International Business Management | Malaysia

As I was sitting against the white walls just by the Dance Studio, Sean’s bright orange floral print shirt caught my eye. Sean’s idea of fashion is a blend of trends with added personality, and no neglect to comfort. Whilst I snapped his photo, he mentioned how easy and comfortable his outfit was which was perfect for hectic university lifestyle (and the heat of course) which inspired me even more to write this piece.

 

Shirt from Zara

Pants and accessories from H&M

Loafers from Coach

 

That’s it from us this week. Till next time, adieu.

 

Written by Anussya Jayasimhan

 

Ratchet pharmacist and local fashion slut.

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