Fashion Friday: Bodie Williamson ´22

Sophomore, Bodie Williamson brings his distinctive style to the first Fashion Friday of the school year.

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  • Reflections of art and culture are defining features in Williamson's creative and stylish fashion choices.

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  • Bodie Williamson '22 combines a thrifted jersey and cropped Hollister jeans to create this refined look.

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  • A pair of distressed black Nike pants and a graphic sweatshirt from Cactus Plant Flea Market make up a bold outfit.

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  • White shoes are a regular addition to many of Williamson's looks. They provide a simple and versatile base for a range of styles.

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  • Williamson gets his clothes in a variety of ways ranging from thrifting, to shopping online, and to going places like Target and H&M.

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  • "I started to develop my style in seventh or eighth grade," said Williamson. His evolving style has grown to include a variety of themes and colors.

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  • "[Clothes from] Cactus Plant Flea Market are pretty hard to get," said Williamson. This unique piece is a favorite of Williamson's for its novelty and creative design.

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  • Embracing the artistic nature of fashion, Williamson cut his jeans himself.

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  • Williamson's bold sweatshirt reads the names of famous people and popular icons.

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  • Williamson poses around the University Visual Arts Campus to show off his artistic style.

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By experimenting with color and aesthetic themes, Bodie Williamson ’22 has developed a style focused on simplicity and artistic expression.

“To me, fashion is really cool because it is a unique way to express yourself… it’s like wearing art on your body which is just incredible,” said Williamson.

[Fashion] is a unique way to express yourself… its like wearing art on your body.”

— Bodie Williamson

With uncommon combinations of clothing and new interpretations of fashion, Williamson creates looks that form a cohesive theme.

“I like putting together different outfits for different aesthetics like the eighties or nineties,” said Williamson.

Williamson also finds fashion inspiration from public figures. He says that John Mayer has a style that he really likes.

Williamson views fashion as a personal choice and expression. When asked about fashion’s impact in school, he focuses on the good that can come out of it.

“To me, fashion is not as important as someone’s personality, but I do see people complimenting each other because of it and I think that’s really cool.”

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