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Evan Troost

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Senior Evan Troost dresses in Eddie Bauer, Abercrombie & Fitch, UNIQLO, PacSun and shoes from DSW. “Don’t try to impress other people, just wear whatever makes you feel good,” Troost said.

Senior Evan Troost dresses in Eddie Bauer, Abercrombie & Fitch, UNIQLO, PacSun and shoes from DSW. “Don’t try to impress other people, just wear whatever makes you feel good,” Troost said.

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Senior Evan Troost dresses in Eddie Bauer, Abercrombie & Fitch, UNIQLO, PacSun and shoes from DSW. “Don’t try to impress other people, just wear whatever makes you feel good,” Troost said.

Credit: Nicole Erdekian

Credit: Nicole Erdekian

Senior Evan Troost dresses in Eddie Bauer, Abercrombie & Fitch, UNIQLO, PacSun and shoes from DSW. “Don’t try to impress other people, just wear whatever makes you feel good,” Troost said.

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Name: Evan Troost

Grade: Senior

 

Favorite store:

“PacSun at the mall or UNIQLO. I like what they sell – it’s a mix of form and function, so their clothes are warm and comfortable, but they also look good.”

 

Online shopping or in-store?:

“In-store, because I like to try stuff on.”

 

Fashion icon:

“Mac DeMarco. He’s a music artist. He wears relaxed outfits and doesn’t really care what people think.”

 

Outfit:

“[I got my shoes from] DSW, the pants are from Eddie Bauer – they’re hiking pants, [my] sweater is from Abercrombie & Fitch, the jean jacket is from UNIQLO, and this shirt is from PacSun.”

 

Favorite season:

“Winter because I like layering, and I like the snow.”

 

Design time:

“[In the morning]. I just get up and if I have stuff on the floor I’ll just put it back on.”

 

Favorite article of clothing:

“Sweaters, because they are warm and they look pretty good.”

 

Style word:

“Relaxed, [because] I don’t like wearing super tight clothing like a lot of guys do now. I don’t really like tight jeans.”

 

Fashion-challenged advice:

“Don’t try to impress other people, just wear whatever makes you feel good.”

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