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Styles stress individuality

These days, there are as many different clothing styles as there are ice cream flavors. From preppy to punk, all students have their own ideas of what is cool. Several students were interviewed by the Squirrels' Chatter staff to find out what sty...

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These days, there are as many different clothing styles as there are ice cream flavors. From preppy to punk, all students have their own ideas of what is cool. Several students were interviewed by the Squirrels' Chatter staff to find out what styles suited them the best.

Seventh-grader Matt Hendrickson enjoys the sporty style. Hendrickson says that he dresses this way because he likes sports a lot and likes to show off the teams.

To dress in the sporty style, stores like Scheels, Wal-Mart and Kohls carry many good options.

Freshman Arica Hejl wears the trendy, yet casual style.

Hejl says, "Some of the things that I think are 'in style' are low-rise jeans, plain-colored shirts, belts and sweaters." Hejl often gets her fashion ideas from junior Laura Zimmerman.

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Sophomore Teresa Schmidt likes the country-western style.

Those interested in wearing the country style are able to buy western wear at Wal-Mart, RCC and Fleet Farm.

Schmidt says, "I wear the western style because it is comfortable and expresses my personality."

Junior Jill Wagner likes to invent her own sort of style. She will buy her clothes anywhere and everywhere. It doesn't matter to her where she shops because she cuts her clothes up and makes them her own. Wagner said, "I dress the way I do because it is fun being different from everybody else."

Senior Paul Erdmann just happens to be a big fan of the rock star look.

To accomplish this look, tight fitting shirts and pants are the way to go.

A thrift store is a good place to start to find these types of items. Erdmann said, "I like to wear black shirts to give me a slimming look and tight so that I can still be punk."

Senior Sarah Rommesmo likes the classic, "All-American girl" style. Rommesmo often shops at American Eagle, Gap, The Buckle and Old Navy. She told SC that she wears "what I feel comfortable in," as opposed to what is trendy.

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"I guess I buy whatever strikes me as cute at the time."

Just as every flavor of ice cream is distinct and unique, so are the many styles of students.

With all the style choices available, no one will ever have to worry about wearing the same outfit as someone else!

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