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Melody Rodrigues’ UStyle

Melody RodriguesName: Melody Rodrigues

Class: 2011

Major: History

What she’s wearing: Black scarf she got at the Campus Center, a Forever 21 tank, a top she got as a gift, Forever 21 skinny jeans and Steve Madden boots.

Melody’s look is casual and chic. “I’m a big skinny jean person,” she said. Melody likes to complement the tight fit of her skinny jeans with a looser top. In ensembles like this relatively monochromatic look, consisting primarily of shades of white and gray, she likes to add a splash of color to keep things interesting. Melody also likes to add scarves to her outfits because they are “a simple way to spice up an outfit,” she says.

Ellie Rulon-Miller can be reached at erulomi@student.umass.edu.

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