While we focus mostly on students on Campus Sartorialist, we need not forget that alumni remain stylish even after graduation. In a four-part alumni series for #MacysCampusTour, we will be featuring Alina, a JHU biomedical engineer turned consultant, from Boston.
In this post, Alina is wearing a color-blocked XOXO Pencil Dress from Macy's and a pair of green-tinted Rayban sunglasses
Samir and Chelsea photographed Kate, a Santa Clara University student, sporting a maxi dress, black cardigan, and snakeskin sandals. #MacysCampusTour
In the city that never sleeps, when we do wake up from those rare weekend slumbers, the first thing we want to do is brunch. Even if there was a momentary scare that our weekend morning traditions might be taken from our grasp, New Yorkers are always ready for those never ending brunches. The question that is always on our minds is "What to wear?"
Molly has put together a cute outfit fit for a brunch downtown. Whether it’s a ladies tea day on the town or a guys' brunch, New Yorkers always try to look their best.
She pairs a taupe quilted vest with leather accents, with a basic white oxford that is reminiscent of brunch at the country club. Pair that with a pair of dark washed jeans and flats, and you have the perfect outfit for a Sunday morning that might very well go into the evening. Spring. like fall, is a great time to layer up, as evenings can get quite chilly, and vests are great transitional pieces that can easily be taken off. We are fans of this XOXO Belted Ruffles Vest for Macy's; check out more spring style tips on #MacysCampusTour
Since the "snow is gone and the sun is shining", as Isaiah puts it, he restyled the American Rag baseball jacket we posted earlier during #MacysCampusTour for a truly great spring look. While non colors and neutrals dominate winter, spring is all about color and a pair of colorful chinos adds just the right pop your outfit.