The combination of preppy, punk, and street styles creates a bad girl, bad boy mood, reminiscent of slightly rebellious students. The use of colors is minimal, with black as the main color, and monochrome shades like gray and white for a modern look. When more colors are used, darker preppy colors like wine, navy, and vintage khaki are also incorporated.
Varsity jackets utilize black or dark colors to add a street feel or develop a modern look. They are transformed to appear fresh through material upgrades, layering, or cutting. Rather than typical pairings, they are combined with long skirts, hot pants, skinny pants, etc., to create new silhouettes.
Knit sweaters and vests with a school mood break typical conventions to add variation. They are reimagined in cropped lengths or with unexpected colors on ribbed edges. Styling them with a slightly rebellious twist rather than a neat look is preferable, freely pairing them with shorts, mini skirts, baggy denim, zip-up pants for personal matching.
Tailoring jackets that look like ordinary school uniforms are styled awkwardly instead of being well-dressed. A slightly vintage nuance is also added. Match with sizes larger than your own, wear sleeves short or rolled up to expose the inner sleeves, and instead of a neat set feel, pair with long denim skirts, mini skirts, or resort pants to enhance individuality.