19 / Boston
> There’s no missing Weissburg in a crowd. The English/journalism major at Boston University has an eclectic mix-it-up fashion flair, starting with her kicky khaki-sleeved vegan leather jacket (from modcloth.com).
> Weissburg was over the moon when she scored a deal on this animal-print dress from the Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony line. She makes it her own, layered over a tailored blue shirt (from the Elie Tahari outlet in Wrentham). The uneven full-skirted hem shows varying amounts of leg as Weissburg bops down the street in hip black Seychelles ankle boots.
> Adding pop to all the neutral tones are her bright red embroidered shoulder bag from India and MAC’s “pinup girl” red Ruby Woo lipstick, a fave of Gwen Stefani.
15 / Exeter, New Hampshire
> Yep, Movitz is only 15, but she already has an impressively sophisticated fashion sense. She and her mother like buying one-of-a-kind wearable art pieces, like this hand-painted full-length sheer dress, a popular designer trend on recent runways.
> A student at Phillips Exeter Academy, Movitz manages to alternately reveal and conceal her legs by layering the transparent slit dress over a minimalist black tank and miniskirt (both from Ann Taylor). The look is youthful, yet chic.
> Rather than going with classic or dainty shoes, Movitz makes the look her own with edgy wide ankle-strap sandals she picked up on Rodeo Drive. (Thanks, Mom!)
25 / Dorchester
> Though Deandrade looks like a model, she works with facts and figures. She’s a tax collector for the Boston Treasury Department. Her job may be buttoned-down, but her personal style is imaginative, as in this elegant wrapped tunic (from a thrift store), worn backward so the V-neck is in the front and the bow in back.
> The uneven cropped hemline shows off Deandrade’s legs. It was originally a Phillip Lim little black dress, which she decided to cut up and make into a separate skirt and top.
> “Shoes are my big thing,” says Deandrade, who was 5 feet 7 inches before adding these edgy 5-inch platform wedges from Finsk (bought online).