Spring in Your Style
At the start of the Chaffey College spring semester, lower temperatures were a constant. However, as the semester comes to a close, warmer weather conditions have begun to take hold on the campus. The slow change to warmer temperatures has caused students to make changes to their everyday attire.
In attempts to adapt to the warmer weather, students have decided to leave some of their clothing layers at home. To contest the slight breeze, Chaffey students instead lean towards adding a lighter outerwear layer to complete their looks.
Across campus, Chaffey students have presented their own take on casual comfort while sticking to their preferred fashion. Michelle Macias, sporting a pink and white plaid crop top, shares input on her fashion preference:
"I tried the minimalist thing and ended up keeping only things I love. Now I throw anything on and look put together."
Despite the lack of layers in contrast to the winter time, layers still seem to be a key to spring styling. From soft-colored pieces with a band tee, as shown by Giovanna Trujilo, to topping off a graphic t-shirt with a sleek bomber jacket, styled by Anthony Michael Terry, a wide variety is shown amongst Chaffey students.
For some, sunny skies also mean brighter clothing colors, as mentioned by film student Justin La Turno. "I'm in need of getting more spring friendly clothing, my wardrobe consists of too many dark colors for winter," said La Turno.
Chaffey students have shown that there is no right or wrong in terms of fashion. Everyone possesses a sense of style of their own, all that matters is sticking to their own proclivity along with keeping the weather in mind.