Steinhardt freshman Yasmin Gunberg, who is studying studio art, has a fun, creative sense of style. Check out what this sophisticated artist has in her closet.
The Full-Time Student
When Gunberg goes to class she never fails to show up in style. Throwing on a pair of ripped jeans with a shabby sweatshirt and sneakers does not cut it for this creative, glamorous girl.
“I love to be comfortable, but when I’m too dressed down I just don’t feel like me,” Gunberg said. “I try to incorporate new things into my wardrobe and spice up my life as much as possible.”
For various everyday activities, including hanging out with friends, grabbing some frozen yogurt or studying at Bobst Library, Gunberg puts on a nice pair of leggings and dresses it up with a long shirt and a pair of boots.
The Working Girl
Gunberg is applying for a job at American Apparel. For her interview she wore her best formal pants with a comfortable turtleneck blouse and an elegant, cream-colored jacket. To add color to her look, she put her hair up in a bun with a thick, red hair scrunchy, which made the look more sophisticated and made her face visible and clean. Gunberg finished off the look with a fresh coat of Bobbi Brown eyeliner and clear Mac lip gloss.
Gunberg spends nearly six hours every day in the art studio painting, drawing and working on sculptures and photographs. She wakes up bright and early, ready to grab her sketchbook and put on an outfit that reflects her style. She especially loves to wear her oversized, white wool sweater, which can be thrown over any T-shirt or smock.
“This is only one of Yasmin’s adorable, edgy combinations,” said LSP freshman Meghan Simon, a friend of Gunberg’s. “She lives down the hall from me and I never know what to expect when she steps out of her room.”
The Night Owl
After a long week, Gunberg is ready to get together with her friends and have a good time. That is when her collection of dresses and creative DIY sense of style is helpful. She recently took a pair of scissors to a brown dress with frilly sleeves and transformed it into a chic, strapless dress. The dress, along with many other pieces of Gunberg’s wardrobe are original and stylish, and certainly stand out when she struts down the city’s streets.
A version of this article appeared in the Wednesday, Oct. 17 print edition. Clara Yang is a staff writer. Email her at email@example.com.
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