Campus style: Best and brightest spring outerwear

Too jazzy?

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The weather can’t make its mind up, but there’s no need to let it interrupt your style.

Unpredictable weather is always hard to manage, but these people show us how it’s done.

Billy, first year PhD, Medical Education

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“I’m inspired by the 50s, simple yet striking style with modern accents.” James Dean anyone?

Megan, first year Journalism

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“I love 90s themes…black, leopard prints, denims. I love the 70s revival.” Here’s proof – a bold animal print piece can also be very modern.

Chloe, second year PhD, Infection & Immunity

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“My style is inspired by friends and family. I take aspects of their style and incorporate them all together to make my own style.”

Abigail, fourth year French, Spanish & Italian

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“I love colourful things.” Extra points for the fab colour blocking.

Chikka, fourth year French & Spanish

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“I love complementary colours, and obviously comfort is a huge factor for me.”

Ollie, second year Economics

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“…actually my mum bought this trenchie. I dress how I like, I don’t really follow any fashion trends as such.”

Jess, first year PhD, Infection & Immunity

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“My style in one sentence? That’s a hard one! I’m influenced by vintage fashion. I particularly love the 60s and 70s, but mostly I just wear things that make me smile!”