Daily Cal Street Style: Weird Weather

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MARCH 02, 2012

Welcome to the second installment of the Daily Cal’s new weekly street style blog. We, your faithful (and still single) fashion photographers, are here yet again to present you with some of this week’s stand out styles seen around Berkeley. The week’s weird weather brought out varied styles from sun friendly simplicity to rainy day layers.

The simple black ensemble lets her chic white coat do all the talking. And we’re all ears.

Great fits (not too baggy not too tight). Keeping warm in the cold weather cap and the well-constructed denim jacket.

Loose and flowing pieces that prove short sleeves and skirts don’t have to dominate warm weather days.

Unassuming colors and subtle textile interplay between pieces make for the perfect rainy day style.

Love that oversized coat and her gorgeous smile.

Dude knows what’s up. The colors and the confidence to pull off those fly kicks.

You can’t underestimate the power of a beautifully patterned scarf.

’50s rockabilly effortlessly brought up to date. And check out those cool, funky shades.

Eye-catching, rich colors on her patterned vest and her fantastic hair make a simple style stand out.

Sturdy cuts solidify this outfit. Love the gradient of dark black coat to light brown shoes. And the audacity of that simple black bowtie.

All photos and text by Daniel Means and Dylan White.

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