Hard to believe this is Oana the day after going to a Beyoncé concert and getting only a few hours sleep the night before. A math student at UC Berkeley, her style is simple — classic colors and cuts, a few unique details here and there.
“My number one thing is comfort,” Oana told Go Girl. “I like things to be easy. There aren’t that many women in the math department. I tend to dress us a little bit more than is typical for my major.”
Sweater & Coat: H&M
Jacqueline knows her fashion. Everyone’s favorite piece of outerwear this season — the cape — and the most popular print for fall — plaid — is presented here in perfect form. This bubbly fashion student’s also had a taste of bubbly Go Girl Energy Drink. While not a big fan of energy drinks in general, she loved ours!
“I like to represent bold prints and colors,” Jacqueline told Go Girl. “I like a lot of styles — from an all black outfit and heels, to a classy, floral dress, my outgoing personality comes out.”
Shirt: Forever 21
Boots: Steve Madden
Madison, a fashion student, wants to eventually move to Los Angeles to design her own clothing line and open up her own boutique. Just a glance at her outfit and one thing’s clear — this girl’s got talent.
“My style is edgy and classic at the same time,” Madison told Go Girl. “I like to stand out. I’m also very confident in whatever I’m wearing so whatever I choose for the day, I really wear it out.”
Sweater Dress: thrift store
Jacket, Scarf, Tights, & Boots: Forever 21
Purse: Michael Kors
On her way to work, Jaide was making a statement. Leopard print, labeling as the new “black” by some, has made a strong comeback this year. No stranger to bold pieces, Jaide often gets noticed for her outfits that express different styles, trends, periods, and characters daily.
“I wear whatever I’m feeling that day,” Jaide told Go Girl. “I like granny stuff, grunge, eclectic pieces.”
Coat: vintage thrift store
Shirt: American Apparel
Boots: Steve Madden
Marina, a spunky, down-to-earth college student, loves fashion. During a long shift at the clothing consignment store she works at, sometimes she needs a little boost. Go Girl Energy Drink is Marina’s “go-to” when she wants something cold and caffeinated.
“The first time I drank it was in middle school,” Marina told Go Girl. “My mom and dad owned an ice cream parlor and we’d always have Go Girl in the back for us to drink. When I drink energy drinks I go with Go Girl.”
Boots: Dr. Martens
Thigh-high Socks: Betsey Johnson
Dress: Free People
Purse: Banana Republic
Ayushi is described by her friends as very caring. She’s funny and outgoing, too. One of her favorite things is wearing new clothes to match her fresh and bright energy.
“Today, I have on new boots and new jeans,” Ayushi told Go Girl. “I love shopping for shoes. Beautiful shoes take you to beautiful places.”
Jeans: American Eagle
Shirt: Forever 21
Sarah does social science research which means she has to look sleek and professional while maintaining approachability.
“I tend to go with classics but with interesting details,” Sarah told Go Girl. “Like this skirt with the lace overlay and the strap on my shoes. It’s the small details I go for.”
The first time Caity had Go Girl Energy Drink was her freshman year in college before going out on the town with some girlfriends. Now she’s doing her prerequisites for nursing school.
“The clothes I wear represent that I’m a really laid back person,” Caity told Go Girl. “I go with easy, basic pieces. I like to be comfortable at school. My passion is taking care of people, helping them out, and making a difference.”
Jeans: Citizens of Humanity
Purse: Urban Outfitters
It’s all about the details for Tamiko. From the pearl button’s on her forest-green sweater to the vintage floral-print bow at the end of her braid, she’s got an eye for an old-school, feminine style that’s playful and modest at the same time.
“I definitely wear comfortable clothing,” Tamiko told Go Girl. “I like the effortless aspect of my wardrobe. Sometimes I wear things that hug my figure in some areas but in an easy kind of way.”
Sweater: Designer Originals
Jeans: Forever 21
Aila, a high school exchange student from Germany, wears a music note pendant around her neck to symbolize her love for playing music. This girl-next-door also loves horseback riding and activities that involve going fast.
“I’m a friendly, happy person,” Aila told Go Girl. “My character is harmonious. That represents my clothes, too.”
Jacket: Forever 21
Looking business-chic and professional for a class presentation, it’s obvious Jennifer is passionate about her studies. Her goals are to one day have a degree, own her own business, and run a mentorship for young girls. But Jennifer knows how to have fun, too. She remembers the first time she had Go Girl Energy Drink…
“My friend and I were going out one night,” Jennifer told Go Girl. “She said we should get Go Girl because we were having a ‘girl’s night out.’ So, that’s what we did.”
Blazer: Forever 21
Bag: Kate Spade
Flats: Tory Burch
Diana may be small in stature but according to her friends, what she lacks in size she makes up with a funny, feisty personality that’s both admirable and charming. This college freshman also has a thing for big earrings and small handbags.
“My things lately have been boots and high-waisted jeans,” Diana told Go Girl. “I’m never wearing just one color and that matches my personality, too.”
Sweater: Mom’s closet
Boots: Forever 21
If you couldn’t already tell, Kimberley is an energetic, fun-loving girl. She’s in school to become an environmental planner and loves writing music in her free time.
“I always try to make my hair a bright color because it represents me as a bright, friendly, energetic person. As for my clothes, they really speak to me in that they’re classic pieces that never go out of style.”
Shirt Dress: American Apparel
Sweater: Ann Taylor
Tights & Headband: Forever 21
Eline is an adventurous girl from Holland who likes to be different. She mixes new things with vintage pieces that compliment her soft, modern pieces well.
“I like to see myself as a creative person,” Eline told Go Girl, “So, I design my own clothes even though its not something I do for a career. Clothes, for me, are a way to stand out, to make myself feel better.”
Dress: American Vintage
Sweater: Brooklyn Industries
Tights: American Apparel
Leanne is the young owner of her own catering company, Guerilla Catering. She’s a minimalist at heart and keeps an efficient, simple, yet sleek and classic wardrobe. Black is one of her favorite things to wear, as well as this military-inspired jacket that’s right on trend this season.
“I own a business so I like edgy fashion but it also has to be work appropriate,” Leanne told Go Girl. “I can wear this jacket for work or out — it’s really universal. I’ve been wearing this literally almost everyday for fall.”
Shirt: Nordstrom Rack
Skirt: Forever 21
Shoes: Franco Sarto
While Noora’s friends went sight-seeing, Noora decided to go shopping. An exchange student studying anthropology in the U.S., her outfit typically depends on her mood.
“I’m here on exchange so I don’t have that many things to choose from,” Noora told Go Girl, laughing. “Today, I put on what was clean.”
Jacket: Forever 21
Lucy tends to lean towards a preppy-chic style that exudes girl-next-door approachability and sweetness. From Australia, she loves traveling and keeps up her fresh look doing it.
“I wear whatever I’m feeling that day,” Lucy told Go Girl. “I love big, statement jewelry. I’m pretty simple most of the time. Like, if I’m wearing a nice sweater, maybe I’ll have on a pair of stud earrings and a fun shoe.”
Watch: Michael Kors
Sunglasses: Ralph Lauren
Lorna’s not exaggerating when she says she wears dresses every single day. Her three-year-old Maltese named Sophie serves as the best accessory to this tailored but soft and feminine look.
“I’m pretty classic,” Lorna told Go Girl. “Most of my clothes come from Madewell. I’m not joking when I say I wear pants once per year.”
Dress & Purse: Madewell
Barbara works at a salon and has to wear black most days. But she doesn’t let that harness her creative expression. “A true artist” as her mother calls her, she excels at anything she puts her mind to.
“Instead of being boring,” Barbara told Go Girl, “I try to mix it up.”
Outfit: Forever 21
Krystle, a performance artist, makes the direct connection between what she wears, and who she is on the inside. Her clothes represent the creativity she puts into her art, and express whatever she’s feeling that day. Street-style and hip-hop are some of this theater buff’s major stylistic inspirations. She’s also a fan of Go Girl Energy Drink.
“It was our tech. week for a show at my school,” Krystle tolf Go Girl. “I needed some energy so I grabbed Go Girl because I’d heard about it. It really kept me going when I needed it.”
Jacket, Dress, & Beanie: H&M
Boots: Forever 21
Lively and bright is how Salma feels most of the time. Sporting her favorite color, cobalt blue, she’s that person you want around to add an extra layer of cheer to you day. Simply stated, her style is “casual, girly, and cool.”
“I’m very outgoing,” Salma told Go Girl. “I love to smile.”
Sandra, from Colombia, loves animals, so she tries really hard to buy cruelty-free clothing. This anthropology college student is also passionate about the environment and human rights.
“I try to mix plain pieces with interesting pieces,” Sandra told Go Girl about her outfit. “As you can see, I have a black coat with this very detailed dress.”
Dress & Purse: Zara
Shoes: Forever 21
Layla likes to keep things simple and streamlined. Feminine but not sweet, simple yet sophisticated. Wearing one of her own wisdom teeth around her neck, she doesn’t often feel the need to wear loud colors or prints. But she did know about Go Girl’s bright pink can, and the cancer research and prevention Go Girl Energy Drink donates to.
“I’m really passionate about art, make-up, and bettering myself,” Layla told Go Girl. “I keep things simple, like my outfits.”
Blouse: Urban Outfitters
Sweater: Black Scale
Usually dressed in chic, high-fashion labels and high-heels, this is Bom on a quick outing to get sour cream for a cheesecake she wanted to make. Studying fashion design, it’s no surprise she looks adorable even when running holiday errands in harem trousers.
“I love showing that I’m very self-confident,” Bom told Go Girl. “In school, I’m doing knitwear right now and I’m loving it.”
Pants & Purse: American Apparel