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Meg Jones

William Crouse

April 1, 2012 by

William Crouse, a senior from Siesta Key, Florida considers his father as his style icon. William describes his style as comfortable and understated and he is known for his collection of glasses. What’s in his closet that he can’t live without? James Perse T-shirts and his Barbour jacket. On a Saturday night you can find William at Monkey Bar, one of his favorite Dallas haunts.

Krystal Schlegel

March 31, 2012 by

Krystal Schlegel, a senior from Dallas was inspired to start her blog, Krystal Schlegel The Style Book, when she attended floral school in Paris the summer before her junior year. Krystal describes her style as classic, feminine and cheerful. She can be found roaming around Highland Park Village, shopping at 4510 or grabbing a bite at Wild About Harrys, some of her favorite places in Dallas. As you can see from her outfit posts on her blog, Krystal is a style icon on campus, which is how she landed on our Top Ten Most Stylish list.

 

Fashion in Business Panel

March 28, 2012 by

We spotted John Piermarini of Piermarini Boutique, Joanna Lewis of Stanley Korshak and Amanda Sterett of Amanda Sterett Jewelry at SMU Fashion Week’s Fashion in Business Panel tonight, which was moderated by SMU Senior Jordan Kragen.

 

Fashion in Business Panel (clockwise from left) John Piermarini, Joanna Lewis, Amanda Sterett and Jordan Kragen

Fashion Journalism and Blogger Panel

March 28, 2012 by

We spotted Tracy Achor Hays, creative director of the Neiman Marcus Book; Kristie Ramirez, style editor of Texas Monthly, Tina Craig of Bag Snob, Merritt Beck of The Style Scribe and Amber Venz of VenzEdits and rewardStyle at the SMU Fashion Week Fashion Journalism and Blogger Panel on Tuesday night.

 

Fashion Journalism and Blogging Panel (from left) Tracy Achor Hayes, Kristie Ramirez, Tina Craig, Merritt Beck and Amber Venz

Pony Loafers

March 5, 2012 by

SMU is joining the likes of Georgia, Alabama, Princeton and Yale at JP Crickets.

 

“JP Crickets is the go-to his and her shoe that combines an Italian-made loafer with the comfort of a classic velvet slipper. The relaxed-style shoe boasts an embroidered University logo on suede, velvet, or linen with an all leather sole. The company also has collections featuring tassels, monogrammed logos and custom designs.”

 

These loafers would be a perfect addition to any Mustang’s boulevard wardrobe. Show your school pride without sacrificing your personal style.

 

Shoe prices start at $225. To order your pony loafers visit JPCrickets.com.