Fashion, as a cultural product, has a very important role in the construction of our own identity and reflects our behavior and personal influences. At college you’re not only expressing yourself through your clothes, but also getting new influences and perspectives every day through the hallways, computers labs and also during classes. Of course, each one of us has your own way of dressing, but sure college environment has and influence and impact on that.
It would be too reductionist to say that Casper has only one prevalent style when we, thousands of students, are the ones that day by day build that. And that’s exactly why we talked to 5 different casperians. Five different girls that share their thoughts among college fashion. Check it out below!
Flávia Batista, Advertising Junior
“At first thought, journalism reminds me of it girls, advertising is more mixed and down to earth, RTVI is more alternative and PR students are very girly and social, but Casper has lots of people with an alternative and unique style, and that’s awesome.“
Amanda Freitas – Public Relations Junior
“Casper is a big mix, everyone dresses just like they want to and that’s very good! It’s so sad when we see that competition for ‘who has more brand clothes‘, and we don’t see that here. In my case, I think about the weather and my work. I try to be casual and formal at the same time.”
Lívia Martins – Journalism Senior
“Cásper is very free, there’s nothing defined, I can wear social on Monday’s and jeans on Fridays and everyone’s cool about it, you don’t feel the pressure to dress in this or that way to fill in, everyone makes their own style here.”
Natália Delgado – Public Relations Junior
” I think there’s no predominant style, you see a little bit of everything here! Because of my internship, I use more fancy clothes here. Usually PR people are more social than Journalism or RTV. I think advertising is a big mix, you can see in the same room a person with shorts and another one with a blazer and that’s ok.“
Marina Quaresma – 3rd JO
“For me, because we are in a young place, we consume more fast-fashion and the modern cool style is predominant, but we are divided in so many groups that to define only one style is impossible and reductive. I see lot’s of big t-shirs, a tight shape and cold tons of color, totally different from what I was used to in Salvador. That grabs my attention into São Paulo’s lifestyle.“