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Holy Bowl Runway

CB students dressed the part for this year’s game, looking stylish as ever. One of the most asked questions when Holy Bowl comes around: What are you going to wear? “[It’s] tradition to make tie-dye and other home made shirts, usually consisting of some kind of puff paint, ribbon, glitter, beads, and fringes,” says Elizabeth […]

CB students dressed the part for this year’s game, looking stylish as ever.

One of the most asked questions when Holy Bowl comes around: What are you going to wear?

“[It’s] tradition to make tie-dye and other home made shirts, usually consisting of some kind of puff paint, ribbon, glitter, beads, and fringes,” says Elizabeth Herrera (’13).

Elizabeth found something new to do this year, which stood out from other students. She took the cutoff bottoms of shirts and braided them into a headband to go along with her tie dye shirt, white belt, and high waisted shorts.

Her entire outfit was “basically handmade”, but still looked as great as ever.

This year, one consistent trend for CB girls at Holy Bowl were high waisted shorts. But one student put a new twist on this current fad for teenagers.

Jessica Edgar (’13) stated that she arrived in  “high waisted shorts that [she] bleached, then dyed blue at the top and had fade down to red at the bottom.” These cool and creative shorts only took her 45 minutes to spray dye after bleaching them overnight.

“[I had] seen lots of trends with the faded hombre shorts on [sites] like Tumblr and Pinterest,” she said, adding that it “would be perfect” to dye them CB colors for Holy Bowl.

If you are looking to create these amazing shorts, you can find the dye she used at Wal-Mart for only $2. She also cut the pants she found at the Goodwill into appropriate length high waist shorts.

Of course, you cannot forget the best looking tradition at Holy Bowl — the “BROTHERS!” letters, which have become one of the most popular sights in the CB student section.

The person who put the “exclamation” in school spirit is senior Sam Howard (’13) as he finally got to “fulfill [his] freshman dream” of being a CB letter.

“It felt great, it was a lot of fun, [and] it felt good to lead my students,” he said, nothing that he prepared for the honor by “eating a lot and hoping for the best”.

CB students stayed classy this year, and definitely looked fashionable while doing so.

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