Street Style: BSU students stand out in the cold

Sophomore aviation science major Emmanuel Amoako sports a gray patterned sweater with matching sneakers. This sweater sets him apart from all the athletic sweatshirts roaming the campus.
Kendra Perry – All photos
Senior special education major Jessica Noyes keeps it classic with a trench coat and silk scarf. This outfit is the perfect transition from winter to spring.
Wearing black head to toe is always a chic look. Junior management major Haley Beaodoin’s hair is just the right pop of color to say goodbye to winter and welcome in the warmer season.
Senior elementary education major Helen Kerrigan looks polished with a red blouse and statement necklace. She wears BSU colors in a new and stylish way.
Sophomore elementary education major Shannon Trahon works the monochrome trend wearing all neutrals. This look is comfortable and cute, taking part in the ever popular infinity scarf trend.
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