Regional Style Report

Our Front Row Challenge winners come from all across the country — check out signature styles from each of their college campuses.

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October 2, 2011 10:00 AM
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Regional Style: Texas

Thakoon took his Spring 2012 collection down South, complete with cowboy hats, vibrant Southwestern prints, and cap-toed shoes that are perfectly suitable for a cowgirl.

Regional Style: Texas

This look from Rodarte's Fall 2011 collection — which was inspired by the American Plains — evokes the Southwestern feel with its sandy color, rich, handmade quality, and Aztec-patterned boots.

Regional Style: Texas

With a skirt that could double as a woven Navajo blanket and a top that boasts complex patterns in warm colors, this look from the Proenza Schouler Fall 2011 collection was inspired by the designers' road trip that began in Santa Fe.

Regional Style: Pennsylvania

The Northeastern region has us envisioning prep school kids all decked out in fall's coziest trends, and this bookish, menswear-inspired look from Karen Walker is the ultimate in schoolgirl (schoolboy?) chic.

Regional Style: Pennsylvania

This quirky (and comfy!) look from Charlotte Ronson combines a knit collared sweater and a sweet, sheer printed skirt — wear it to class, on a date, or for dinner over at Grandma's house with the family.

Regional Style: Pennsylvania

Just because your staples are classic and preppy does not mean they have to be boring — this J. Crew look combines khaki shorts and a simple striped button-down top with a glittery, collegiate-inspired cardigan.

Regional Style: Pennsylvania

The schoolgirl chic continues with this Spring 2012 Boy by Band of Outsiders look. The pencil skirt, crisp blouse, and suspenders would certainly make the wearer of this outfit the coolest (and most stylish) girl on campus.

Regional Style: Delaware

Mid-Atlantic girls are a little sporty, a little preppy, and, more often than not, quite casual. This Marc by Marc Jacobs look appeals to all of these chic qualities — and visors like this one are shaping up to be a huge trend next spring!

Regional Style: Delaware

The mid-Atlantic style is laid-back and never too fussy, which makes this sweater and denim combo from Theyskens' Theory ideal for the region along the East Coast.

Regional Style: Delaware

Prepster goes to the beach — pairing your madras swimsuit with a striped sweater or a collared shirt will ensure that you're the best dressed beachgoer on this side of the Atlantic.

Regional Style: Alabama

If this pink, preppy look from the ADAM Spring 2012 collection doesn't scream "Southern Belle," we don't know what does.

Regional Style

Perfect for a garden party, a day at the beach, or a college football game, this Tory Burch dress could easily become a staple in any Southern girl's closet.

Regional Style: Alabama

The palm trees, the sunny yellow color, the preppy pleats and collar... this Jill Stuart look is the ideal ensemble for a jaunt down south.