Street Style: Students find unique clothing items from a variety of sources

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Street Style: Students find unique clothing items from a variety of sources

Junior Amina Smaller models a bright, geometrically printed sweater.

Junior Amina Smaller models a bright, geometrically printed sweater. "The sweater's from this online site called Romwe," Smaller said. Romwe is an international fashion retailer based out of China that sells inexpensive, on-trend clothing.

Mari Knudson

Junior Amina Smaller models a bright, geometrically printed sweater. "The sweater's from this online site called Romwe," Smaller said. Romwe is an international fashion retailer based out of China that sells inexpensive, on-trend clothing.

Mari Knudson

Junior Amina Smaller models a bright, geometrically printed sweater. "The sweater's from this online site called Romwe," Smaller said. Romwe is an international fashion retailer based out of China that sells inexpensive, on-trend clothing.

Students’ outfits this week showed off their ability to find clothes from off-the-beaten-path sources, including from antique stores, international online fashion stores, and even from the closets of family members. All these methods demonstrate that there are many more ways to get new clothes than simply heading to the nearest mall. Click through the gallery below to see what some students were wearing this week.

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