Campus Chic: The Foghorn Checks Out Who’s Stylin’ Around Campus

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Foghorn style guru Chloe Schildhause spotted 21-year-old politics major Avery Hayes in Harney Plaza looking stylish between classes. Inspired by her friends and her time in France, Hayes rocked a classic yet modern ensemble. Clockwise from far left: a long trench coat over a simple black dress makes for an effortlessly chic outfit.
Foghorn style guru Chloe Schildhause spotted 21-year-old politics major Avery Hayes in Harney Plaza looking stylish between classes. Inspired by her friends and her time in France, Hayes rocked a classic yet modern ensemble. Clockwise from far left: a long trench coat over a simple black dress makes for an effortlessly chic outfit.

Ms. Avery Hayes just returned from a year-long stint in the city of couture, Paris, so it’s only natural that she was found walking along campus as chic as a native Parisian.  Avery’s outfit was composed of a Rag & Bone trench coat that was a gift from her mother, a black dress from H&M in Paris, a black belt with a gold buckle from the Goodwill on Haight, black tights from Tati (“the ethnic K-Mart of Paris,” as Avery describes it) vintage black boots from Fripstar in Paris, Ray Ban Sunglasses that she saved up to purchase and a delicate ring that her boyfriend had a designer on Etsy make for her.

Avery said her fashion icons are Jane Birkin and her friend Dorothy.  “She’s 6’2” and wears heels constantly,” Avery said of the friend she made in Paris. When it comes to shopping, Avery enjoys websites such as Etsy, where it’s easier to find specific items and also came across some great shopping destinations in Paris, naturally. “Paris has good thrifting and it’s quite cheap.” Avery said, suggesting the Marais, “where I found a really good jean jacket,” as well as the best falafel.

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