Dearest Reader,

CSU Long Beach is one of the most culturally diverse universities on the West Coast. Such diversity brings equally diverse style, which as fashion students we love.

With that in mind, Dress Code was born. This blog is our place to capture and showcase the unique personal styles our campus is overflowing with. Check back every week to find new looks from your fashionista and fashionisto peers.

No need to follow a dress code.

Love your editors,

Sarah & Amber
1 post tagged plaid
Name: Kayce
Age: 20
Major: Civil Engineering
Class standing: Junior
Occupation: Musician
One word to describe yourself: Inspired
Style inspiration: WorldWide Fashion; http://www.wfcl.com.hk/
Favorite places to shop: The most underrated thrift or flee market
     Sitting behind him in Management class, Kayce looks like the average student, but as the semester went on, I eventually discovered his cool, eclectic style and knew that I had to feature him in Dress Code Blog. Talking to him after class I learned that his favorite places to shop are most likely not yours, and his crazy combinations never repeat—his friend in class even suggested that we picture Kayce’s outfits every day!
     On this day in particular, there were three aspects of Kayce’s outfit that we couldn’t get enough of. The first is his mixture of causal with tailored. Bright red plaid and a fitted navy blazer say it all. Secondly, adding his military green and brown bag and boots give his outfit that eclectic look we’ve been talking about. Lastly his accents of gold accessories make him look like he has a Midas touch.
     Kayce may have just mixed a blazer, plaid shirt and jeans together; but when he cuffed the jeans, threw on the gold rose pin and gold watch, it turned his outfit into the epitome of original.
     His childhood friend, Rickie, even confirmed his daring style. “He’s famous, he’s well known. He’s well respected on campus, and the way you see him dressed here is the way he wakes up and dresses every day…even to the gym!”
     Well, you didn’t just hear it from us bloggers! And today we learned that it doesn’t matter what styles you pair, as long as you know how to put it all together.
-A
Get the Look:
Designers Love It Too:

Marc Jacobs Fall 2011  | Calvin Klein Fall 2011  |  Gap Fall 2011
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Name: Kayce

Age: 20

Major: Civil Engineering

Class standing: Junior

Occupation: Musician

One word to describe yourself: Inspired

Style inspiration: WorldWide Fashion; http://www.wfcl.com.hk/

Favorite places to shop: The most underrated thrift or flee market

     Sitting behind him in Management class, Kayce looks like the average student, but as the semester went on, I eventually discovered his cool, eclectic style and knew that I had to feature him in Dress Code Blog. Talking to him after class I learned that his favorite places to shop are most likely not yours, and his crazy combinations never repeat—his friend in class even suggested that we picture Kayce’s outfits every day!

     On this day in particular, there were three aspects of Kayce’s outfit that we couldn’t get enough of. The first is his mixture of causal with tailored. Bright red plaid and a fitted navy blazer say it all. Secondly, adding his military green and brown bag and boots give his outfit that eclectic look we’ve been talking about. Lastly his accents of gold accessories make him look like he has a Midas touch.

     Kayce may have just mixed a blazer, plaid shirt and jeans together; but when he cuffed the jeans, threw on the gold rose pin and gold watch, it turned his outfit into the epitome of original.

     His childhood friend, Rickie, even confirmed his daring style. “He’s famous, he’s well known. He’s well respected on campus, and the way you see him dressed here is the way he wakes up and dresses every day…even to the gym!”

     Well, you didn’t just hear it from us bloggers! And today we learned that it doesn’t matter what styles you pair, as long as you know how to put it all together.

-A

Get the Look:Inspiration from Kayce

Designers Love It Too:

Marc Jacobs Fall 2011  | Calvin Klein Fall 2011  |  Gap Fall 2011

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