dress code not a barrier for kolkata\'s campus fashionistas - times of india
Clear dress code limits students to wear short skirts, slogans T-
Shirt, sleeveless shirt, pure fabric, distressed denims and more.
Some universities also ban boys from wearing T-on their necks-Shirt and flapflops.
These dress codes put students in a dilemma.
Colleges such as St. zerville College, Scottish Church, JD Birla College, Hazra Law School and Shri Shikshayatan all have dress codes and are strictly required.
However, this is not the end of the world!
As the college reopened in a few weeks, city students showed us how they could incorporate the latest trends of the season into their wardrobe while adhering to the dress code. Take a look. . .
Ujaani Barua, a Graduate School of Business at Milan Polytechnic University, walks between comfort and style, which is the perfect choice for the university.
She mixed the pastel colors with stripes and basic black trousers.
Her blush chiffon shirt is perfect for the weather.
Her rose complements her clever appearance. gold sliders.
Finish the look with minimal accessories.
Who says strict dress rules mean not playing with color?
Third, Adam Matthew reeden.
Annual students at the St. Xavier College show the polo T-
Shirts are not always boring!
He used a quirky print polo T-
Add Shirts to fun merchants.
The red bag adds a touch of color to the look of Rajnandini Ganai
The annual students at JD Birla College show us how to get the attires of ethnic minorities to a summer twist.
Nothing is more representative of summer than blue cotton kurti.
She paired a Plaid kurti with cotton.
Lace straight trousers and minimal accessories create a traditional look in a modern style.
She ended her appearance with a comfortable noteons. We love!
Aakash, Dave, second.
Annual student at St. Xavier College (Autonomous)
Choose the full summer look.
His casual style meets the strict dress code but exudes a good atmosphereput-together look.
In the sultry summer of Kolkata, chinos is a great alternative to denims.
He finished the game in white sneakers.
Who says summer is not layered?
Student of the Holy Year
Xavier\'s Academy shows us how to create a stylish look with a simple Foundation.
She took her blue denims and basic black T-
A white shirt.
The silver sneakers broke the monotony of monochrome clothing.
For the edge?
Black backpack for DingTalk! —