We love Spring/Summer fashion and find the greatest style inspo coming from our very own Fashion students. Once a week, we’ll be featuring one of their Spring OOTD (Outfit Of The Day). For today’s look, we have Naomi Lee, who’s currently halfway through the JCI Fashion Business & Creative Arts Diploma Program.
OOTD with JCI Fashion student Naomi Lee
Please describe your Spring OOTD (Outfit Of The Day):
My (outfit in the middle)  is super 90’s inspired, from the colors to the accessories! I got my hat from Aritzia. I’m wearing a gold chain that was actually a gift, my shirt is from H&M and jeans are from Forever 21. My shoes are Converse. As for my other look, My top is a vintage find from F as in Frank. I paired it up with these super cool pleather shorts I snagged from H&M and dressed I it up with some ankle strap heels from Steve Madden.
Describe your style in three words.
Urban, Sporty, Edgy.

What’s one Spring/Summer essential that everyone should have in their closet?
An essential for Spring/Summer is a quality pair of high waisted denim shorts. All of my shorts are usually thrifted mom jeans that I cut and distress myself, so I can make sure they’re exactly how I want them!

What are some of your favorite stores to shop at?
Some of my favorite stores are F as in Frank, Topshop, and Urban Outfitters.

Who is your style icon?
Hands down Karrueche Tran. She can literally pull off anything!

What’s the most exciting thing about taking the JCI Fashion program?
The most exciting thing about the JCI fashion program is that we learn about so many aspects of the fashion industry. I went in thinking I wanted to do one thing, and now I am on a completely different path that is much more suitable for me. It really opened my eyes to many different possibilities.
For for Spring OOTD and fashion inspo from Naomi, follow her on Instagram (@naomi.r.lee) and check out her new blog: ItsTheRack.

JCI’s Fashion Business & Creative Arts Diploma Program provide students with a comprehensive overview of the fashion industry, combining creative and business elements. This diverse approach gives our grads a distinct advantage both in knowledge and skill.