Fall Fest Fashion Roundup


Alex Taglieri

by Alex Taglieri

Photos courtesy of Grace Manthey

The Student Programming Board held its annual Fall Fest concert on Saturday, and nearly 1,000 students filled South Lot to watch the Plain White T’s and The Ready Set perform.

In past years when the concert featured artists like Jamie Lynn Spears and Jana Kramer, students typically wore country-inspired flannels. However, the more recent pop artists have been a departure from this look, and students have traded in their flannels for other trends.

This year, the biggest trend was plain white t-shirts, inspired by headliner Plain White T’s name.

Q30 Entertainment rounded up some of the best outfits from the show. Check out some ways to wear white t-shirts that are anything but plain, as well as some other memorable looks.

Freshman Gina DiVito upgraded her plain white t-shirt by knotting the front, while Olivia Powers’ shirt makes a statement.

Sophomores Jenna Hobgood, Molly Dickinson, Carly Duval, Maria Spano and Alex Bradley showed off their variations on shorts and t-shirts by adding chokers, patterned shorts and crop tops.

Seniors Laurel Richards, Rachel Waag, Carleigh Peterson and Natalie Martinelli attended their final Fall Fest in a variety of patterned rompers and dresses.

Freshmen Mallory Herrick and Tara Stark coordinated with denim, sandals and white tank tops.

Freshmen Alex DeLitta, Mary Cintron and KitKat Meni took in their first Fall Fest and showed off their takes on the off-the-shoulder trend.

Freshmen Coralyn Rentas added braids to dress up her white t-shirt, while Marissa Aguiar paired hers with a belt and corduroy skirt.

Freshman Samantha Tran’s frayed denim skirt proved that neutral colors don’t have to be boring.

Sophomore Caroline Maggio’s look has her ready for colder weather, as she layered a cardigan over her shorts and t-shirt.

On top of being a successful concert, Fall Fest was a great source of outfit inspiration for the next few weeks. The warm weather doesn’t seem to be going away yet, so it’s likely that the plain white t-shirts will be making more appearances around campus in the future.