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Fashion Friday: Stylish distinctiveness

Ari Feuer, Style Editor

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Sophomore Nicolas Escobar’s fashion sense is based on wanting to look good and be unique.

“I started dressing nicely at the beginning of sophomore year because I wanted to stand out,” Escobar said. “I wanted to stand out from all of the guys who wear a t-shirt and sweatpants or joggers or whatever every single day, and look nice. I find that when I look nice I feel nice.”

Escobar, who said he dresses in dark colors in general because it is easier to match them, particularly likes clothes from American Eagle, which he said are “comfortable” and “high-quality” and fit him well.

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