Summer intern fashion show

Summer intern fashion show

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The summer recess is the perfect time for college students to gain some valuable experience in the work force.

When interning, it's important a student dress the part.

Stylist Eric Himmel and the Good Day NY interns showed off different looks for a variety of work settings.

www.erichimel.com

www.hm.com

www.aerosoles.com

www.jcrew.com

www.topshop.com

www.burlington.com

www.gap.com

www.clubmonaco.com

www.joefresh.com

www.madewell.com

www.forever21.com

Wall Street:

Alex Fang, Univeristy of Delware

   H & M Jacket, $49.95, shirt, $39.95, Pants, $24.95, Tie, $12.95 (shoes-his own)

Brittany, O'Connor, Monmouth Univeristy

   Burlington Dress, $39.99, earrings, $4.99, Bracelet, $9.99  Shoes, Aerosoles, $79

Corporate:

  Farah Saunders, American University

   Jcrew Dress, $138, Scarf, $59.50, Burlington Bracelet & earrings, $9.99 & 7.99 (shoes-her own)

   Ayana Phoenix, Rutgers University

   Club Monaco, Top and Skirt, Both $129, Burlington Belt, $19.99 & Earrings $5.99 (shoes her own)

Summer Chic:

   Kaitlyn Harrington, Hunter College

   Gap Dress, $64.95, Lands End Sweater, $49, Shoes, Aerosoles, $59, Burlington Bracelet & Belt

   Alex Holdstein, University of Hartford

   Topshop Top, $40 & Pants, $120 (shoes-his own)

Casual Friday:

   Brandon Berman, USC

   Burlington Shirt, $65 & tie, $24.99  (Pants & shoes his own)

   Alex Appolonia Monmouth University

   Burlington, Jacket $58, & shirt $7.99, Gap Pants, $49.95, Shoes, Aerosoles, $79

Funky, Creative:

   Christian Ramirez, Harvard University

   Shirt, Pants, Shoes, his own, Glasses, Madewell $120

   Natalie Mieles, Rutgers Univ.

   Joe Fresh Dress, $29,  Headband, Forever 21, $4.50 (leggings & shoes her own)

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