Love Your Style: Junior Dominique Bun

Junior says 'be comfortable, be you'

Photo by Madison Heggins
A collage of Dominique Bun.

Love Your Style” is a new segment showcasing our fellow students’ style. For our first story this year we chose junior Dominique Bun whose style is based on his clothes and hair.


Favorite outfit: Probably some comfortable jeans, maybe a flannel, and boots.

Go to store: H&M.

Fashion trend you are over: Those cutoff jean shorts.

Fashion trend you’re crazy about: Boots and infinity scarves.


Q: What fashion advice would you give to the student body?

A: Just be comfortable, and be you. Wear what you think would suit yourself. Don’t worry about what everyone else says.

Q: How would you describe your look?

A: I describe my look as kind of edgy and sophisticated.

Q: Who is your fashion inspiration/icon?

A: I don’t really have one. I just look at a bunch of pictures in magazines.

Q: What’s your favorite season to dress up in?

A: Winter and fall. I hate the summer because I like layering.

Q: What is something no one should wear?

A: No one should wear pointy shoes. Pointy shoes scare me.

Q: If you could go into anyone’s closet to take clothes who would you pick?

A: I like Jeremy Scott, he’s with Adidas, I just like the way he designs his stuff. It’s really unique, popular, and different from a lot of others.

Q: Who is your fashion icon at school and why?

A: Miss Madison [Heggins], I love her. She just knows how to dress.

Q: Why do you like fashion?

A: I feel like I don’t really know how to do anything else, so I dress up.

Q: What do you wear on your lazy days?

A: I like wearing jogger sweatpants and a t-shirt.

Q: What’s something everyone should have in their closet?

A: A nice pair of jeans.

Q: What are you going to do after college?

A: I actually plan on going to Toni&Guy Academy. I want to do hair.

Q: Do you do any fashion outside of school?

A: I sit at home and design sometimes.

Q: Do you ever plan on making your designs come to life?

A: I don’t know. Maybe one day.

Q: Do you ever plan to go into the fashion industry?

A: I don’t think I would be that into it. I would probably just know how to dress myself up.

Q: What’s your favorite part about fashion?

A: I think, for me, my favorite part is after you put [an] outfit on and you leave the house feeling like you know your outfit is bomb. Like you don’t have to tell me I’m cute.