Ever notice the Jumbos on campus who put more into their wardrobes than a momentary thought about which pair of sneakers doesn’t clash with their sweatpants? We have, and some of their sartorial styles caught our eye in particular. Luckily, the recent onset of a more-than-just-nominal spring allows students more liberties with their wardrobes. Please — go take them.
Photos: Justin McCallum/Tufts Daily
Paige Haverstock, senior
I go to my internship straight from class, so I’m wearing something appropriate for both. I love my shoes. They’re hot pink, and they were a birthday gift and remind me of that when I wear them.
Anna Stone, Fletcher student (2012)
What I thought of when I got dressed this morning was how I didn’t want to wear pants. It’s very lazy chic.
Averi Beque, sophomore
I just wear what I like. This coat, for example, I bought in Antigua in Guatemala for $3.
Gabrielle Weiler, sophomore
I stole my shoes from my roommate. They’re great because they’re comfortable enough to ride my bike in. The rest of my clothes are pretty much all from Boomerang, a really cool used clothing store in JP.
Justin Ferranti, junior
I’m in a student entrepreneur group. We’re in the final round, presenting in front of entrepreneurs and investors, seeking to win 100 grand for our project… which is why we’re all wearing suits.