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LC Style: Proudfoot

One LC student came to this school and promptly fell in love with our unique style, so she started a blog.

By Demi Glidden /// LC Style Editor

An anonymous blogger started the Instragram @LCboots upon transferring to Lewis & Clark because she was inspired by the unique style of the students here. She says she’s “been on many other college campuses, State Schools big and small. I’ve never seen the diversity of clothing like I do here. I wanted to somehow document how proud I was that I went to school with such creative students.” The blog celebrates the wide variety of aesthetic statements made on this campus, and is only in the beginning stages. She looks forward to seeing the blog expand and hopes to attract more followers from the greater Portland area. Check out some of the featured shoes below, and be sure to follow @LCboots for a steady stream of LC foot fashion and use #lcboots for a chance to be featured on the blog.

“I love not seeing Ugg boots and flip flops every corner I turn, that doesn’t mean we don’t have a overload of Birkenstocks though!”

 

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 “My favorite is when I ask people if I can photograph their feet, they ask if they should smile.”

“When someone hears about the blog sometimes students will #lcboots in their own Instagram photos, which I check and post! The help I get from other people are mostly tips and suggestions when they see boots. I love when people do this because there are so many boots on campus, I spend all day walking around with my head down looking at the ground for cool shoes. “

“I took this in the Dovecote, and since the girl had her headphones plugged in I ended up crawling under her table to get the shot. I don’t know if she ever figured out what was happening, but I hope I didn’t scare her too much.”

Link to the blog: http://www.iphoneogram.com/u/614576268

 

 

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