Student fashion bloggers model their favorite looks of the season

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Carson Eisenhart (MICHAEL DANSER/The Daily Campus)

Carson Eisenhart, junior and co-founder of http://DallasStylistas.com

Why blog? I have always had a very strong interest in fashion — I’ve been reading Vogue since I was 12-years-old. Last semester I didn’t have a lot going on so I started to blog and it ended up being a lot more popular than I thought it would be, it’s been about 4 months and we have had 13,500 views.

What do you blog about? I focus on women’s trends, because that’s what I love. Men’s trends can be too avant garde for me and I’m not interested in looking almost circus-like.

Wearing: A pair of jeans, black boots, black jacket, and a black scarf.

Style: The way I’ve been dressing lately is very minimalist, but not really so much playing to the trend.

 

 

Jacqueline Ross, sophomore and founder of jackieglamour.blogspot.com

Why blog? My parents are big readers and writers. My mom is a writer and she has a blog, but trust me she has way more followers on Twitter than I do.

What do you blog about? I love to take pictures and I travel a lot so my latest posts have been about my recent trips.

Wearing: A lace dress and suede bow pumps. You can wear it to class, you can wear it when you go out. I like the lace trend because it can be very ladylike or sexy.

Style: Simple, but very classic. I’m inspired by my namesake Jackie O. I also have a lot of my mom’s pieces from the 80s, she used to be in the banking business so everything she has is very tailored and classic — lots of blazers

 

 

Natalie Boerder and Ryley Tice, juniors and founders of PointDuVue.com

Why blog? We noticed that a lot of the blogs were about styling and stuff. We are both studying art history at SMU and we are interested in how art influences fashion.

What do you blog about? Point du Vue means perspective. Our latest blog post is about the color blocking trend and how it was actually invented by artists. We are all about history, fashion and mixing them together for a new perspective.

Boerder

Wearing: I have on an oversized Ralph Lauren button-down on, a Hermès scarf as a tie, a Splendid cardigan, American Apparel tights and Chanel shoes.

Style: I am really into masculinity feminized.

Tice

Wearing: I am channeling the 70s with my Seven for All Mankind bell bottom jeans, my Jeffrey Campbell wedgesand then just an American Apparel white oversized shirt, and then a vintage Chanel necklace that was my mothers.

Style: I would describe my style as vintage eclectic. My favorite thing to do is to mix high and low, which I think is everyone’s personal style, mixing together their personality with what they find beautiful

Jacqueline Ross (MICHAEL DANSER/The Daily Campus)

Natalie Boerder and Ryley Tice (MICHAEL DANSER/The Daily Campus)

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