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It’s refreshing to see girls owning their femininity and donning pieces that are just about the right mix of girlish whimsy and lady-like chic.HallwayPass_CelOn the other hand, we also don’t oppose women who infuse a more masculine substance into their outfits.  We think Pamy looks uber cute and still extra feminine even in clothes that are on the more boyish side of the fence.



We’re not big on self-promotion. Most of the time, we just try avoiding it, but our two members were too cute to pass up on.

The rest of us are unsure if these two planned to wear similar outfits on the same day, but we like their monochromatic style and subtle hints of color. We think it’s refreshing to see girls properly dress up for school from time to time (although we have nothing against short shorts and daring necklines; we like those too).


We’ve noticed that a lot of trends are going back to metals and rocker-biker looks. Many RTW lines for 2009 are reintroducing studs, spikes, and leather to their collections.

We like how this sophomore softened the hard edges of her accessories with a flouncy skirt and too-cute tee. She’s the right balance of rocker chic and feminine playfulness. HallwayPassKaren

Less talk, more photos for today’s entry.

Some Hallway Pass girls set out to attend a themed bash (the ACTM General Assembly) in search for interesting outfits of the night. Mafia chic was the party’s gimmick, and boys and girls came in their most impressive Godfather get-ups.

HallwayPassKevinThose magazine articles are right: men do prefer to shop in just one store.

HallwayPassMJHere we see a cutesy way to accessorize a very masculine outfit. Paris pendant? Check. Pink shoelaces? Double check.HallwayPassJohnThis particular writer feels uncomfortable seeing Filipino boys in vests (especially in normal tropical weather conditions), but has changed her opinion upon seeing this succesful get-up. John has a nice torso, and the vest gives it enough attention without entirely overwhelming his whole look.