Street Style: Unexpected pops of color punctuate the sea of fall fashion neutrals

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Senior Mary Grant selected her outfit she wore to her Senior Speech with care. "I wore converse today because I wanted to feel comfortable while giving my speech," Grant said. "Since my speech was about my family I wore things that reminded me of them. My brother gave me the necklace I'm wearing. It was a part of this thing he saw on TV where you get to harvest the pearl from the oyster yourself."

As the weather shifts unmistakably to fall, students opt for neutral outfits, such as gray, black, tan, and white, over the bright colors associated with warmer weather. However, pops of color can still be seen in the halls, brightening up the school as the days continue to grow darker. Click through the gallery below to see some examples of what students were wearing the past couple of weeks.