By Amy Choi
I was pretty unlucky because I went to Austin last Friday around 6pm and it was UT Roundup weekend and literally everyone was wearing sorority/fraternity t-shirts. I went to Guadalupe Street in front of UT Austin. I was standing in front of American Apparel store to find trendsetters for an hour but could not find any, even worse my friends started complaining. I decided to walk into Urban Outfitters store and thank God there were at least 15 trendsetters shopping or selling the clothes! The majority of the shoppers were pairing up together and they all looked similar to each other. It is hard to explain in words but these trendsetters have aura and I was there observing people shopping for an hour and a half and the majority of the shoppers spent at least 40 minutes choosing what kind of clothes would make them look trendy and different from other people. I looked through the pictures I took in Austin and roll-up jeans and military boots popped out. Especially, those people wearing roll-up jeans looked trendier to me than those who were not. And those trendsetters were wearing either loafers or military boots with roll-up pants and those shoes made them look even trendier. I am pretty sure this trend will be adopted by the majority of people and it will last long probably at least a few years from now even though I personally do not prefer wearing roll-up pants because I look even shorter if I wear them.