By Yeana Kim |Staff Writer|
The Spring 2013 trends have been seen all over the runway in Fashion Week this month, so this week for Coyote Watch we asked students what fashion trends they have been loving lately and what trends they’re looking forward to this Spring.
Oscar Han, Junior
“I have been loving the simple and unstrapped style recently. I prefer wearing bright colors to wearing dark colors. I usually enjoy wearing jeans and a white plain t-shirt. It makes me look like I’m outstanding and neat. Also, it is really comfortable in doing activities during daytime.
For men, I would like to say that short hair and comfortable clothes will be one of the trends this upcoming Spring 2013 quarter.”
Racheal Morgan, Senior
“Well, I only like geek fashion really, like The Lolita Fashion and anime stuff. I am really into Lolita Fashion right now, so I do not know what I look forward to. Maybe more t-shirts like “Supernatural” fandom from Hot Topic.”
Guadalupe Esquivel, Sophomore
“I like button-up shirts with khaki pants and loafers. It would be cool to wear it in black, green, navy and brown colors. Moreover, I think most important thing in fashion are the shoes. It completes the style of one person. It has to be clean, and it has to be cool. I prefer choosing vivid color shoes over dark colors because I think dark color shoes are for going out or dressing out.
For spring I would recommend polo shirts from Abercrombie, v-necks, roll up sleeves dress shirts, nice pair of shorts, shoes and cool hair like me.”
Cindy Qin, Graduate Student Resident Assistant
“Before, I used to really like the casual look, but right now, I am getting older and older, and I have lots of presentations in my class. Therefore, I prefer the professional look. I started putting on make-up to look more appropriate. I went shopping for high heels and suits. I shopped for this spring last week and I wanted to be little bit sexy.
If talking about color, I really like the dark yellow matched with the black leggings and high heels with a black jacket. I would like to wear earrings, but it would probably hurt.”