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Here's What Stylish SMUers Wore During Their First Week Back on Campus

When we see you on the street and think you put some thought into your style, we may take your picture and ask you things. We call it Street Style. See previous renditions here.

Earlier this week, in honor College Week, we wandered over to SMU to check out what the college students are sporting during their first week back to school. While most students were donning T-shirts and flip-flops, a few flashier folks caught our eye, so we snapped their pics and asked them a few questions.

Name: Rebecca Horoschak, Psychology major (above) Age: 18 Style influences: Audrey Hepburn and Coco Chanel Style breakdown: Ralph Lauren boots, Carol Anderson by Invitation jeans, Forever 21 top and necklace, Citizen watch and Ray-Ban sunglasses.


Name: Madeleine Herskind, undecided major Age: 18 Style influences: "Bright and preppy trends, simple stuff, mixing together expensive basics with trendier items. I only wear gold sandals, I have about 15 different pairs." Style breakdown: Sam Edelman sandals, blouse from Neiman Marcus, Target scarf, Glenda Gies bag.

Name: Brady Stebleton, Theater major Age: 21 Style influences: Tom Ford, James Dean and Ralph Lauren Style breakdown: H&M shoes, Tommy shorts, Express shirt, Armani watch, Tiffany & Co. ring, Ray-Ban sunglasses, Gap bag.


Name: Marcella Lupski, History/Human Rights major Age: 19 Style influences: "I like re-sale shops and garage sales. I'm a bargain hunter. I also like my mom's closet. And when I was living in Europe I'd shop at the street markets." Style breakdown: Shoes were a gift, dress and belt from London, purse from market in Scotland, H&M sunglasses.


Name: Mia Antoinette, Theater major Age: 20 Style influences: "Solange Knowles and Urban Outfitters, I work there so I get a lot of stuff there." Style breakdown: Mom's boots, don't know where the flannel is from, backpack from Spain, bracelets were all gifts, everything else from thrift stores.

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