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International Student Shares her Modern Style

by LAUREN SCHUSTER, Asst. Editor

Praise Omiponle is a junior double majoring in management and international business. She is an international student hailing from Portharcourt, Nigeria. This week, she shared her style with The Quadrangle.

The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style?

Praise Omiponle: Trend-driven, feminine, modern.

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Omiponle pictures outfits in her head before testing them out and is inspired by the trends brought about by social media. PRAISE OMIPONLE/ COURTESY

PO: I’ve always worn what makes me feel good, since I got the chance to pick out my own clothes, I’ve never looked to anyone for approval but myself.

TQ: Would you wear what you wore in high school now?

PO: I went to a private boarding school in Nigeria, so I always wore uniforms, so no I wouldn’t wear those again. However, during the times we weren’t in school, again I wore what I wanted, I still have clothes from high school that I still wear. For those clothes, the only thing I would change is the fitting of my jeans, I never found any that I really liked!

TQ: What are your favorite places to shop?

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Omiponle pictures outfits in her head before testing them out and is inspired by the trends brought about by social media. PRAISE OMIPONLE/ COURTESY

PO: Zara, Topshop, H&M, Pacsun, Francesca’s, Aldo, Steve Madden, Sephora and NY&Co.

TQ: Tell us where your outfit is from!

PO: The top is from Misguided, the jeans are from Pacsun and the shoes and bag are from Aldo.

TQ: If you were given $1,000 to spend in one place where would you spend it and why?

PO: I’d go to Sephora; I am a makeup junkie.

TQ: How do you plan your outfits?

PO: I imagine an outfit in my head and test it out.

TQ: Do you have a favorite piece of clothing?

PO: My trusty grey turtleneck sweater; it just happens to go with everything.

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