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Hoosier stores and boutiques develop power looks for engineer students, faculty

By Jessica R. Key

Andrea Schultz Mechanical Engineering major Class of 2017 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology A fun and flirty dress can work for an after work event or weekend party. (Dress, Studio NTK by way of Boomerang BTQ ; shoes, Steve Madden by way of More Than A Boutique; jewelry, Styles by Ms. Ely.)

Andrea Schultz
Mechanical Engineering major
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
A fun and flirty dress can work for an after work event or weekend party. (Dress, Studio NTK by way of Boomerang BTQ ; shoes, Steve Madden by way of More Than A Boutique; jewelry, Styles by Ms. Ely.) 

 

 

Hoosiers are known for their hospitality but unfortunately, not for their style. Fashion experts say not only are they inclined to certain styles and colors, but being en vogue is not high on the priority list.

Those who are skilled at finding interesting pieces to construct great style would disagree. Indiana has a plethora of brands, stores and  boutiques offering an assortment of great pieces that when put together create a stylish look.

This issue of Indiana Minority Business Magazine features faculty and students from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s engineering  program who model clothing that has been constructed with great style.

Ian Fong Mechanical Engineering major Class of 2015 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology When constructing your attire, think about uniform sizing as well as unexpected colors that work great together. (Sweater, shirt, pants, J. Benzal; shoes, Stacy Adams.) You can find a plethora of grey in almost any store in Indiana. Take it from drab to fab with a pop of a seasonally- appropriate color. (Suit and vest, H&M; bow tie, American Armadillo.)

Ian Fong
Mechanical Engineering major
Class of 2015
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
When constructing your attire, think about uniform sizing as well as unexpected colors that work great together. (Sweater, shirt, pants, J. Benzal; shoes, Stacy Adams.) You can find a plethora of grey in almost any store in Indiana. Take it from drab to fab with a pop of a seasonally-appropriate color. (Suit and vest, H&M; bow tie, American Armadillo.)