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The students at Hunter College proved being a coed doesn't have to mean wearing sweat pants to class. The students dress to impress as GDNY's Christal Young found out.

Christal wore a Kimchi Blue hat from Columbia U. consignment in Harlem, a $99 Zara vest, a $29 scarf from Zara, and Bellafato boots from Marshalls that cost $170.

www.zara.com

www.marshalls.com

Faux fur scarf from Urban Outfitters, $20-$25

www.urbanoutfitters.com

Men's toggle sweater by American Rag, Macy's, $40

www.macys.com

Green bag by Olivia and Joy from Marshalls, $40

www.marshalls.com

Knapsack from Aldo, $40

www.aldo.com

Sneakers by Nike, $75

www.Nike.com

Wing-tip shoes by Cole Haan, about $200

www.colehaan.com

 

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