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Entries for 'fashion'
“I get to choose a new pair of shoes every three months”
Rychenda Paulussen (24, Dutch), third-year student of Dutch Law, describes her style as “the current trend”.
“Even as a child I wore strange things”
Robin Pocornie (23, Dutch), research master’s student of Cognitive Neurosciences, describes her style as “unexpected, different every day. I also like to push the boundaries between female and androgynous.”
“The only colourful thing in my wardrobe is my pyjamas”
Linda Paulssen (27, Dutch), third-year student of Dutch Law, describes her style as “black, modern and sharp”.
“I like to shop in small local boutiques; they give personal advice and have original items”
Tereza Spustova (33, Czech), master's student of Arts and Heritage, describes her style as “elegant with not too many accessories, always experimenting with various colours, prints, materials and shapes”.
“When I put on too much make-up, I look just like Barbie”
Coco Smit (20, Dutch), third-year student of Biomedical Sciences, describes her style as “sporty and colourful”.
"I would like to have a mini-afro again but it is not practical at the moment"
Anass Mephtah (21, Dutch), third-year student of Biomedical Sciences and first-year student of Psychology, describes his style as “sometimes all in black, sometimes urban, sometimes neat, but always completely myself”
“I wear lots of my mother's and father's clothes from the time when they were in their teens and twenties”
Anna Rakas (18), first-year student of European Public Health, describes her style as "masculine with feminine details"
“I take myself more serious in high heels”
Mathilde Kennis (26), PhD candidate at Cognitive Neurosciences, describes her style as “not subject to trends, sustainable and distinctly female”.
“If people think I look a bit weird, I’m totally fine with that”
Emma van Tuyll (20), third-year student of International Medicine Track, describes her style as “I have no clue really, I guess ‘alternative’ would cover it”
“I just add colour without care”
Paulina Casas (21), first-year UCM student, describes her style as “very girly and colourful”.
“You are a picture that you can draw anew every day”
Merlijn van Emmerik (20), third-year student of the Maastricht Science Programme, describes her style as: “diverse, often rather masculine, but then as compensation a very female detail.”
“I wear my pink trousers when I want to be noticed and express: here I am”
Anouk Moll (25), almost graduated from University College Maastricht, co-owner of software company FemIP and influencing and marketing platform Binfluence, describes her style as: "business-like, practical and no-nonsense"
“I’m fond of unisex silhouettes, I like it straight”
Elizaveta Kislova (18), second-year European Law School student from Russia, describes her style as: “Urban style with ease”
“In France, I found what matches my personality”
Luisa Arens (20), second-year International Business student, describes her style as: “Chic and comfortable.”
“It makes no difference to me whether something in the shop is for men or for women”
Joost Wijffels (19), second-year UCM student, describes his style as: “sharp with a twist. I have a number of basic items to which I add something exciting.”