IMAGE: Campus lookbook: game-day looks

first_imgTwitter Facebook Hannah Kirkpatrickhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hannah-kirkpatrick/ Abby SmarttAbby Smartt, senior social work majorHow do you decide what to wear for game days?: There’s a method to the madness! First I pull out all of my white, black, and purple pieces from my closet. Then I start mixing and matching until I find something that is cute. I like my outfits to be casual and cool since the games are typically so hot! Living with 15 girls all around me, I have plenty of input too!Where does your fashion inspiration come from?:Coming from Austin, I am inspired by the laid back, “hippy” vibe from my hometown. I love Free People and Urban Outfitters, the majority of my closet is from there! Simone StamelosSimone Stamelos, senior communication studies majorHow do you decide what to wear for game days?As a former Spirit Squad member at TCU, dressing up for game days is a fairly new and exciting task for me. I love getting to plan my outfits each week and get a lot of extra help from my sorority sisters. I prefer wearing white because of my olive skintone, and always find myself pairing with some cute purple accessories. I came across this particular dress at Runway Seven last Spring, and knew it was worth saving for the first game of the season!Where does your fashion inspiration come from?My fashion inspiration mostly comes from Pintrest and online fashion sites that I find on Instagram. I am also an avid window shopper, and find myself stopping in boutiques around Fort Worth whenever I need a new outfit! My personal favorite is Beehive. printGame day on TCU campus is everything a Horned Frog could ever want. The smell of hamburgers on the grill, the sound of the TCU marching band in Frog Alley, the chants of “Go Frogs” on everyone’s lips, and of course, the anticipation of some good Horned Frog football. And what better way to show your school spirit than picking the perfect game day outfit? Here are a few spirited game day looks!McKenzie Butler Campus Lookbook: sunny with a chance of style + posts McKenzie Butler Return of the disco: Latest fashion trends mirror the 1970s Jamie SamelJamie Samel, senior fashion merchandising majorHow do you decide what to wear for game days?:I tend to choose pieces that are not only super unique, but also comfortable and not too hot for the long day ahead.Where does your fashion inspiration come from?I love following different bloggers and models like Song of Style, Sincerely Jules, and Gigi Hadid for inspiration to find my perfect balance between bohemian and modern. Here, there and back again Hannah Kirkpatrickhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hannah-kirkpatrick/ Image Magazine: Spring 2021 Facebook Linkedin Cool Weather Lookbook Hannah Kirkpatrick Twitter Previous articleFrogs survive Kansas, Boykin and others hurt in 23-17 winNext articleTCU students discuss the events at Mizzou Hannah Kirkpatrick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR McKenzie Butler, senior finance majorHow do you decide what to wear for game days? I always try to incorporate purple into my game day outfit, whether it be my pants, top or a piece of jewelry! And I always wear something I feel confident in.Where does your fashion inspiration come from?I would say my fashion inspiration comes from a combination of things. I follow so many fashion bloggers who have such different styles, so I like to pull ideas from them. Currently one of my favorites is Sincerely Jules! And I’m obsessed with anything Free People. My friends say I could be a poster child for Free People because that’s pretty much where my entire wardrobe is from. ReddIt Two disciplines meet on one stage Linkedin Maria NuccetelliMaria Nuccetelli, senior early childhood education majorHow do you decide what to wear for game days?I try to find something comfortable and that’s appropriate for the weather conditions. At TCU games we are always walking around a lot and in big groups at tailgates or in the student section.Where does your fashion inspiration come from?I am always looking at bloggers on Instagram. On a college student budget not everything can be designer. When they post links to similar items for not as expensive, that’s my go to. Hannah Kirkpatrickhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hannah-kirkpatrick/ Hannah Kirkpatrickhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/hannah-kirkpatrick/ ReddIt Vintage fever: Fort Worth residents and vintage connoisseurs talk about their passion for thriftinglast_img read more

TCU soccer receives first NCAA tournament berth

first_imgFacebook Kenny Hill disappoints in 2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Linkedin TCU Soccer Team watches the NCAA Selection show in the Courtside Club at TCU in Fort Worth Texas on November 7, 2016. (Photo/Sharon Ellman) Linkedin Twitter Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ + posts Caleb Jakana is a senior news and media studies major and criminology minor from Flower Mound, Texas. When he is not reporting, he is either playing basketball, watching a sporting event or just eating food. ReddIt A guide to on campus fun TCU revamps Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium printTCU women’s soccer team made history on Monday when they secured their spot in the NCAA Tournament.64 teams are chosen to compete, but TCU is one of the 32 teams chosen to host in the first round.The Horned Frogs are 12-6-2 overall and are coming off an outstanding run. After going undefeated in non-conference play, TCU defeated No. 25 Kansas, 1-0, and Baylor, 3-2, in overtime, during the Big 12 Championship.Head coach Eric Bell said he is not surprised that his team is in the tournament. He said their “body of work” was good enough to earn a berth, but going into the tournament, he has “bigger goals” for his team. “The mentality is not ‘we are just good enough to be here,’” Bell said. “We want to make a run and go as far as we can go.”When Bell was brought in to coach five seasons ago, TCU was not well known for its soccer program. Bell said he knew that this success would not happen overnight. Senior forward Michelle Prokof is one of the players that has contributed to the success. Prokof is tied for second all-time in goals.Prokof said words do not describe what earning a berth means to the coaches. “My heart feels utter joy for them,” Prokof said. “I know how much work they put in. They have been through the hard times, the fun times; they have been through it all.”Prokof said she is confident in her team because of challenges they have faced together.“The confidence of the team is like it never has been before because we have experienced adversity, and that’s been huge for us,” Prokof said.TCU will host Texas A&M Saturday at 7 p.m. at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/center_img Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ Twitter Facebook Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Previous articleThe Skiff: November 10, 2016Next articleStudent admissions process changes Caleb Jakana RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGStext only ReddIt Caleb Jakana World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Class of 2017 alumnus Kenneth Ankoma-Sey Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more