by Esther Lee

Homecoming is on its way again, and you might be wondering what to wear, so here are some ideas based on what Hoyas have worn in the past.

 

Suggestions for girls:

Don’t want to think too hard about your outfit? You really don’t need to look any further than a Georgetown t-shirt. Throw that on and a pair of jeans, denim shorts, leggings, or whatever you’re feeling , and you’re good to go.

Left to right: Caileigh McGoldrick, ’17 and Milan Chang, ’17 Left to right: Caileigh McGoldrick, ’17 and Milan Chang, ’17

To add a little more to your outfit, you could always go for a Georgetown pinnie or tank and pair it with a bandeau. In the picture above, Caileigh is wearing a navy blue bandeau with silver stars under her HOYAS tank and a vintage-looking belt to give the outfit more personality. She topped it all off with a backwards baseball cap. On point.

Left to right: Christina Johnson '17, Caileigh McGoldrick '17, and Kylie Stengel '17 Left to right: Christina Johnson ’17, Caileigh McGoldrick ’17, and Kylie Stengel ’17

As for accessories, they can add so much to any outfit: baseball caps, necklaces (there’s been a history of beads), headbands, sunglasses, belts, even face paint.

Suggestions for guys:

Left to right: Jimmy Canfield (COL '15), Jackie McCadden (MSB '16), Lauren Wyszomierski (COL '16), Maeve Elliott (MSB '16), Brandon Da Silva (COL '15) Left to right: Jimmy Canfield (COL ’15), Jackie McCadden (MSB ’16), Lauren Wyszomierski (COL ’16), Maeve Elliott (MSB ’16), Brandon Da Silva (COL ’15)

Any Georgetown t-shirt—or lacrosse pinnie—would work with a nice pair of shorts. Otherwise, opt for something like a gray v-neck or a blue polo if you don’t have anything Georgetown. Complete the look with a baseball cap, your favorite sunglasses, and a pair of comfortable boat shoes or lace-up sneakers.

 

Moral of the story: keep it casual, and stick with the theme of blue and gray. Wear what keeps you comfortable and gets you pumped!

Posted by:Thirty Seventh

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