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It no more about plain old formals or the regular kurta in college. Trust us when we say there a great amount of effort that goes into getting the look just right and adding a personal touch to it; who wants to look blah, anyways?

We called in some of the most stylish students we know to do a photo shoot for us, and each look that we featured here not only reflects the student personality, but also the latest trend. Ayman Khan, Laksha Kalappa, Akanksha Chavan,Vishnu Naveen Gowda, Sakshi Sipani, Sanjana Nyapati, Manali Kakatkar, Adeel Anees, Maaz Feroze and Sathvik Raj all stepped in with the favourite looks they sport on campus.

In the pic: (L to R) Sanjana Nyapati, Sakshi Sipani, , Vishnu Naveen Gowda, Laksha Kalappa and Ayman Khan

Catch the trend Manali loves her kurtas, duppattas and accessories. The green duppatta from Coimbatore, earrings and bangles from Chitrakala Parishat and the kolhapuris from Commercial street completes this look perfectly.

The desi boy look

Maaz Feroze

There always place for that ethnic look in your wardrobe. It need not be completely traditional, though. Maaz finds this look comfortable and trendy, and ensures he wears it at least once a week. This look is no more confined to traditional occasions, but has found its way into regular college life.

Catch the trend Maaz keeps it casual with his black kurta from Linen Club, perfectly paired with jeans and red footwear from Ferrari store, Milan.

The high street lookWearing bold colours is an instant way to boost ones mood with the right kind of accessories, and it exactly what today students are looking for.

Catch the trend Aakanksha wore a tangerine coloured T shirt with gold bangles and chain from Colaba, Bombay. Managing to keep the outfit from looking too over the top, she finished the look with a bag from China. Bags are the accessories that college students experiment with to make their individual style statements.
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