Street Stylin’: Who’s the best dressed of Trinity so far?

We’re looking great, despite everything

We’re halfway through term kids, and too many of you are looking gr9 atm. Regardless, here it is, a round up of the most stylish señors and señoritas of the first half of Trinity 2015.

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Amalyah, Keble College.

She’s just generally pretty cool isn’t she? Making edgy look effortless in Nike’s, suede and Mom-jeans. Nice1 m9.

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Ellen, St. John’s College.

Orthopaedics on point and gr8 gingham. Summery vibez.

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Emily, Oriel College.

Ready for clay pigeon shooting on Daddy’s estate and brunching with the girlies. Oh so English.

[But get that fucking Cambridge satchel out of Oxford. Shoe the Tabs.]

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Jack, St. Hugh’s College.

Channelling his inner Macklemore in Timberlands and suede coat. Maybe ditch the lanyard, but nevertheless, solid effort, 6/10.

 

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George, Oriel College.

Werkin’ the double denim combo and lumberjack shirt. Classic Toriel and their Chelsea boots. Rah, darling, rah.

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Sarah, Corpus Christi College.

Totally Rad(Cam). Orange is definitely the new black.

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Emma, Queen’s College.

Luvin’ the charity-shop-chic featuring embroidery and corduroy. Boho babe.

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Scott, St John’s College.

Unleashing his inner middle-aged man, complete with cable knit, stubble and newspaper under the arm.

N.B: Yes, I know this was taken in a quad, but we don’t conform to your narrow conceptions of Street Style.

Well done for wasting three minutes of revision time reading this article, now get back to work.

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