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Natty Nittany Links You to Fashion

What are you going to do this summer without Natty Nittany to show you the fashionable people on campus? Where will you turn for ideas about what to wear? Luckily, there are a few sites you can check out that will tide you over until the next semester. Today’s site is called: The Sartorialist.

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This fashion blog is managed by Scott Schuman, a GQ and InStyle contributor. His reason for starting the blog is simple:

I started The Sartorialist simply to share photos of people that I saw on the streets of New York that I thought looked great. When I worked in the fashion industry (15 years), I always felt that there was a disconnect between what I was selling in the showroom and what I was seeing real people (really cool people) wearing in real life.

This is a great website for those who want to see photos taken by Scott from all over the world in order to get tips about fashion advice.

Enjoy!

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Eli Glazier

Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.

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