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Skinny jeans, leggings top fall fashion

Young adults adopt new fashions all the time and are constantly mix-matching articles of clothing to create a unique new look.

As Bowling Green students invade campus for a new year, many different styles will be worn.

Back from the ’80s, skinny jeans are sold at every store and worn by many young women and even men. They are usually worn with the ballet flats or flip flops and fashioned with longer tank tops.

Girls have also been seen wearing dresses and long, layered tank tops over jeans. Leggings have also become increasingly popular. They can be worn under skirts or with a long shirt. Students have also been known to wear them underneath ripped jeans so the patterns, prints and colors show through the holes.

A helpful tip would be to wear leggings under any bottoms in the winter to add an extra layer and keep you warmer in the cold, windy city of BG.

“If you think about leggings, skinny jeans, layering tanks and ballet flats, they are all items that slim the body down,” Junior Jess Dudley pointed out. “Fashion is the new accessory. If you don’t have fashion, then you really don’t have an identity, because fashion represents individuality.”

Each person has their own individual style and being able to mix fashion in a different way than what’s ‘popular’ is when it becomes your own unique style.”

A style that currently dominates teens and young adults is the “emo” look. The Cali beach scene, such as Hollister, has crossed with the underground NYC punk scene, popularizing a trend that was once rebellious and unique. Vans shoes, black nail polish, studded belts, skulls, tattoos and black and white checkered clothing have become mainstream.

Junior Brad Kublin, Hollister model, attended the Vans Warped Tour and noticed many attendees sporting Hollister clothing.

“I find it ironic how emo kids are all about rebelling but are conforming to the Hollister look,” Kublin said. “The guys are starting to look like scuba divers when they wear their girlfriend’s skinny jeans.”

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