Their defining style
Alongside the scramble for admission in Delhi University that begins today, aspirants have yet another source of tension — what to wear.entertainment Updated: May 28, 2010 01:04 IST
Alongside the scramble for admission in Delhi University that begins today, aspirants have yet another source of tension — what to wear. HT City takes a look at the unique fashion sense of every college, to give you a heads up on how to stock your wardrobe.
Lady Shri Ram College
The girls here are known as the kurta clad clan. They can match a kurta with anything, be it jeans, churidars, patialas or even capris. Also, they love experimenting, so don’t be surprised if you spot some girls wearing hot pants.
St Stephen’s College
They are dressed in knee-length shorts and tee shirts and look like they do not give a damn about fashion. They are proud of being in this college and nothing else matters to them.
Here you see a mix of western and traditional outfits. Expect the best brands and the latest trends. The current favourite — check shirts and tee with one liners. The dudes here don’t mind sporting kurtas too.
Long cotton skirts, junk jewellery and lots of kajal makes for a perfect Mirandian. To complete the look, add a jhola.
The day scholars here like to flaunt skirts, shorts and dresses. But there have been times when hostellers have also turned up in their night wear — shorts and pyjamas — to attend classes.
Maharaja Agrasen College
These students like to make a style statement with jeans, cartoon printed tees and funky slippers. Also, colourful canvas shoes are currently a must here.
Sri Venketeswara College
Long shorts, loose tees and long hair, especially for boys. Wherever you spot them, there is a 99 per cent possibility that the dude is from Venky.
Jesus & Mary College
The girls on campus here are real babes. Latest trends, be it clothes, bags or shades, you get to see it here.