Fashion is tedious. It takes thought. With the overloaded schedule that comes with being a college student, many of us don’t prioritize looking stylish to class. But with everything, there are exceptions.
Public relations student Melissa Martinez likes to deviate from the typical ‘Cuse attire of sweatpants and hoodies. Martinez loves fashion so much she has translated her passion to reporting on Syracuse students’ outfits as a Style Guru for CollegeFashionista.
CollegeFashionista is a website whose objective is be the medium through which style can be on college campuses around the world. The site hires “Style Gurus,” college students like Martinez, to contribute articles on what their peers wear. CollegeFashionista aspires to provide readers with insight on how to heighten their style.
On her Style Guru profile, Martinez says she loves fashion because of her ability to experiment. “I love when people take trends and make them their own,” Martinez writes. “When I began my college career I loved being not confined to an uniform and cherished the opportunity to express myself daily.”
Regardless of the subject, exposure expands perspective, and CollegeFashionista provides that exposure to different perspectives or styles on dressing in college. If you want to share that passion with the rest of the Orange Nation, check out the site or even apply to be a Style Guru!
Your campus is the runwayⓇ.