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 sweater
Name: Susan
Age: 19
Major: Social Work
Class standing: Freshman
Occupation: Student
One word to describe yourself: ?
Style inspiration: Cute and comfy :)
Favorite places to shop: Anywhere
            Susan, darling, as if we didn’t love the bright shade of plum you’re wearing enough, you to top it off with everyone’s favorite military boots and classic black leggings. What really caught our eye was her single-button cardigan she was flaunting on campus waiting for class to start. When asked where she got her sweater, Susan stated that she took it from her grandma and cut it up!  Details down the front of the sweater and the cuffs of her sleeves were her very own creation.
         Susan said she couldn’t think of a word to describe her, but we would definitely use “innovative.”
- A
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Name: Susan

Age: 19

Major: Social Work

Class standing: Freshman

Occupation: Student

One word to describe yourself: ?

Style inspiration: Cute and comfy :)

Favorite places to shop: Anywhere

            Susan, darling, as if we didn’t love the bright shade of plum you’re wearing enough, you to top it off with everyone’s favorite military boots and classic black leggings. What really caught our eye was her single-button cardigan she was flaunting on campus waiting for class to start. When asked where she got her sweater, Susan stated that she took it from her grandma and cut it up!  Details down the front of the sweater and the cuffs of her sleeves were her very own creation.

         Susan said she couldn’t think of a word to describe her, but we would definitely use “innovative.”

- A

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Inspiration from Susan

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