The great thing about squandering off to college is meeting new people, specifically your roommate. Loretta Camacho has got to be one of the most antisocial, yet outgoing gals I've ever met. She's a walking aesthetic, so I asked her about her style and what it meant to her. She replied with, "My clothes help me get from one place to another. They act as a blanket of security and have the ability to bring out what's inside of someone. I'd say my style is quite utilitarian. I'm into the gender neutral tone, where tees don't have to be pink and blue jeans are simple. I prefer comfort over anything, so my clothes aren't always fancy with sequins and strange cuts." In all her conservative glory, I have to agree with Lori in that clothes are a blanket of security. I like to believe Kanye started the movement of all genders wearing the same clothes and it being socially
acceptable. Typically a girl is more comfortable when she can wear guy type clothes, sweats are a godsend. Blouses are definitely a look of the past, casual tees make everyone happy. Lori's perspective of her closet is quite admirable, or maybe I'm biased because she's the coolest roommate ever.