Where do you go? Is it /fa/?
Mostly flannels. Tons of basic bitches. Tons of asians who wear khakis every day.
Not especially effay
Mcgill university, montreal
montreal is very /fa/ but mcgill is just rich north eastern americans, torontonians, quebecois, french people, vancouverites and anybody else who has french citizenship
I went to the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Not very /fa/ at all. College kids typically don't know how to dress themselves. The campus was very nice and going to school in Chicago was fun.
I graduated a few years ago and don't really miss college tbh. The college atmosphere felt kinda like a glorified day care/summer camp
Which Ivy is most fashionable?
I can't imagine Cornell is any different than my school, Brown as you said is terrible. Yale is just douchebags with polo shirts and sperrys. So out of Harvard, Princeton, Penn and Columbia which one is the best...
School of Music at Western Michigan University. And it's kind of meh. The Japanese foreign exchange students are dressed the best. Jazz department isn't too bad either. Engineering department is the worst. I don't know where their chest hair ends and their neckbeards begin.
That's how I'm feeling rn. Lots of people don't really know what they are doing/want to do but are at college b/c it's the next step or they are supposed to find themselves at college. But you have to pay out the ass for the "privilege" to do that. I think that people shouldn't go to college until they know what they want to do and that college should be a lot more focused on your major. Colleges trying to do everything for everybody isn't very efficient.
i've been there a lot so i have a pretty good idea of what i liked, think that culture denim place stood out. got something from carhartt WIP once too. and a whistles has opened up there now? what do you suggest?
Whistles? Is it a clothes brand?
So there is Serie Noire, next to Carhartt. You can find Comme des Garçons fragrances there and Tricky Rick, Boris, that kind of stuff.
Honoris Cosa in the Rue Basse, they have Helmut Lang, BLK DNM. Beneath the Galeries Lafayette, there is some permanent pop up store called the Grand Playground, they have Odeur and local/independant brands.