Campus Style: Trent Building

The Tab hits the iconic Trent building this week to capture all the best looks.

Looking out across the lake, the Trent Building certainly has its own unique style. 

Boasting an impressive courtyard and clock tower which is visible from any point on Campus,  it can be said to be rather trendy (as far as buildings go).

This past week, Tab Fashion took to the Trent building hoping to find displays of timeless fashion.

Were you spotted?

We loved Hannah’s camel-coloured coat and scarf combo.

She kept things casual but cute by layering with a bright blue vintage sweatshirt.


Hannah Dobb, 1st year Biology student, scarf from Tanzania

Vintage was a hit this week as Louisa is also spotted wearing her vintage sweater. She pairs it with an eye-catching white dress that makes us think of spring.


Louisa Mason, 1st year History student, Vintage jumper

Matthew injects colour into his outfit with these burgundy chinos.

He adds in a shirt and scarf combo, sealing it all in a formal trench coat.


Matthew Yip, 3rd year Architecture student, scarf from Hopkins

Magda works with black and charcoal to put this outfit together.

She tops it off with an oversized cream-coloured scarf for a fashionably casual uni look.


Magda Wiercioch, 4th year Russian and Serbian student

Lisa’s Kate Spade bag caught our eye.

We love the contrast between the bright colour and the toned down colours of the rest of her outfit, working together for the perfect balance.


Lisa, 3rd year Civil Engineering student, bag by Kate Spade

Quazim keeps things casual, teaming his Zara baseball jacket with slim jeans and Adidas trainers.


Quazim Omotosho, 1st year Chemical Engineering student, Zara jacket

Appropriate for a casual cafe catch-up, Steph sports this grey and black jersey top with leggings and lacoste trainers.


Steph Mwch, 1st year Hispanic Studies student, Lacoste trainers

Successfully layering an outfit can sometimes prove difficult, but Josh makes light work of it.

Layering a shirt with knitwear, denim and a navy oversized jacket his outfit is both stylish and (we’d assume) warm.


Josh Dorr, 3rd year History student, coat from charity store

Hannah’s eye-catching trousers immediately caught our eye.

She allows them to take centre stage, matching them with a plain beige sweater and nude pumps.


Hannah Bergin, 2nd year English and French student, Zara trousers