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College Guy Dressing 101

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HAT and graphic shirt from Bench; camo shorts and shoes from Cotton On

Entering college is exciting, but for some, it can be quite intimidating. For sure, a lot of girls have already planned what to wear on their first day, and guys should, too! Gone are the days when only girls dressed to impress in school. Let 2bu help you dress according to your personality, to make the right first impression.

The athlete

 

Trainers aren’t just for the gym; wear them with nice jeans and your favorite jacket.

CAP, shirt, jeans, Cotton On; jacket, CC Double O; shoes, model’s own

The smart guy

 

CAP, shirt, jeans, Cotton On; jacket, CC Double O; shoes,model’s own

Roll up the sleeves of your favorite button-down to make it look more casual for school.

BUTTON-DOWN and pants, Bench; shoes, Aldo

The artist

 

Play with graphics and prints. Don’t be afraid—be creative in mixing and matching.

HAT and  graphic shirt from Bench; camo shorts and shoes from Cotton On

Mr. Vain

 

Always look clean. Wear basic cuts, but be playful in choosing colors.

POLO shirt and chinos, Cotton On; shoes, Bench

POLO shirt and chinos, Cotton On; shoes, Bench

The music lover

 

Look effortless in light-material clothes. Jazz up the look by accessorizing with beads and leather.

POLO, shirt and chukka boots, Cotton On; pants, Zara


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