Campus Style goes to Cirque du Soul

Glitter, patterns and bows. Campus Style headed to Cirque du Soul.

A night where dressing like a circus act is mandatory, any amount of glitter or sequins is never enough and face paint is the new foundation…

Cirque du Soul returned to Nottingham!

The Tab headed to Stealth to capture the ones who managed to pull off the circus theme in style.

Were you spotted?

Linn adds colour to her total black look with her bright red skirt.

We especially love her subtle circus costume by adding a necklace and a hat.


Linn Henrickson, Economics, Vintage blazer

Mike chooses a stylish smart look for the night, adding a touch of circus makeup to the eyes to fit in with the theme.



Keren’s crazy paisley vest fit in perfectly with the circus theme, only to get even better by being complemented by her colourful makeup.


Keren Jones, French and English, New Look top

Milana works black and grey by combining a sequined jacket and geometric shirt with high-waisted shorts.

A touch of sparkle finished it off in the best way.


Milana Sternik, Industrial Economics, Primark Top

Chris rocks a crazy pattern which works with the hint of neon on his sneakers.

As always, the eye sparkles are appreciated.


Chris Roy, Manufacturing Economics, Asos Marketplace jacket

Black was the big hit of the night, but Sammy doesn’t drown in it.

Instead she shines through it by adding a bright statement necklace, and of course her pink hair.


Sammy Tutty, 3rd Year Sociology, Topshop top

Another mesmerizing pattern worn by Ben, which was enough to fit the theme perfectly.


Ben Percy, Sociology, Vintage top

Aztec meets circus as Becky works her printed crop top perfectly with bright blue shorts.


Becky Averie, English, top from USC

Probably the only night a giant clown bow-tie is acceptable, and we can’t complain!

Matthew clowns up his sky blue shirt in circus-y style.


Matthew Corby, Mechanical Engineering, Polo shirt