3 Days of Co-op Style: Steph Z.

Name: Stephanie Zhang

Position: President

Major: Business Administration

Background: My co-op recently changed its dress code policy from business casual to casual dress. I’m all for it since it allows me to get greater use out of my wardrobe. While I love a nice dress and tights combo, this brutally cold winter has me reaching for jeans almost every day. To keep my outfits from getting too repetitive, I rely on my tops and shoes to keep it interesting.


Day 1: Gold is more flattering on my skin than silver, so I was excited to find this sheer button-down shirt with gold studs on the collar. I love the minimalistic look of an all black outfit, so I paired it with black jeans. Monochromatic outfits in general are flattering for my petite stature. I wore heeled boots to give myself an extra height boost.

(Shirt: Vintage Havana, Jeans: American Eagle, Boots: Big Buddha)

Day 2: Out of all my jeans, I find myself reaching for dark wash jeans the most. For my top, I chose this cute sweater with a large anchor printed on the front. I love how the strand of pearls contrasts with the spiky studs on my boots. I finished the look with a rose gold watch.

(Sweater: The Limited, Jeans: American Eagle, Watch: Armani Exchange, Boots: Zara)

Day 3: For a day of errands, I wanted to be comfortable so I wore my black suede flats embellished with little gold studs. For accessories, I chose a long infinity scarf and a colorblock handbag. I paired my berry skinny pants with berry lipstick and topped it off with a navy puffer. (Not pictured are my matching earmuffs!)

(Coat: Via Spiga, Scarf: Express, Pants: Victoria’s Secret, Bag: Express, Flats: Express)

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