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5 Most Trendy Freshers’ Parties of the Season

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The Freshers’ Party is an adrenaline rush for every DU student. The post admission wait for the colleges to open, is more about the party rather than their choice of electives.

Students usually prep up and devote their time hunting for the best outfits that could work their way to fame at the Freshers’ Party.

They humbly abide by the rule of first impressions and dress up like there’s no tomorrow.

All the colleges managed to quench their bustling energy and excitement by organizing the best freshers’ parties for them. With an all-access pass to the sizzling most events, we at Wooplr too, tip-toed into every college doing some style search to spot the best fashion at Delhi University. As this ravishing season ends, we bring you the most trendy freshers parties of DU :


  1. Institute of Home Economics

‘Red for committed, Yellow for complicated and Green for single!’, when the theme itself spells out some noise, there needs to be no more validation whatsoever! To our surprise, more than 70% of the girls in the college were wearing red, and some also followed the odd combination of yellow and red to express their on and off relationship status. The stars of the party though were the members of the student union whose  style had us glued from start to end. What impressed us the most was that the girls at IHE did not just stick with the mainstream trend of ‘little red dresses’, but, were up for experiments of all kind. From jumpers to drapes, it was all well served on the platter. And, greens? Well, the universe has less space for singlehood, we think!



2. Lady Irwin College

You know a party when you see one, especially one where girls are decked up wearing heels and their pouts. But at Lady Irwin College, it was something else! It was about ‘literally’ letting loose and dancing their heart out. It wasn’t about first impressions but the focus was on just being yourself and having fun while at it. We spotted a handful of girls in maxi dresses, skater skirts apart from the usual crop tops paired with high-waist lowers. The girls here, do know the ‘current-world’ party ritual of staying casual yet classy, simple yet sexy! This effortlessly cool styling seemed to strike a chord with their seniors who were rather joyous than judgemental!



3. Kalindi College

Over the years, Kalindi College has made sure to revive the Indian hearts of the young girls out there and promote the theme of ‘Bollywood’. It was a great sight to see a bunch of young ladies draped in the most colorful and unique sarees. Sarees paired with interesting blouses, they surely showcased the richness of Indian wear. One cannot ignore the beauty of ethnic wear. There’s rap and hip-hop everywhere but there’s one thumka to die it all down at Kalindi!



4. College of Vocational Studies

It would be absolutely unfair for all the pretty senoritas, if we don’t tell them where the most trendy men are in DU. The boys at CVS did leave us amazed by their wardrobe choices. It was all about tight fitted shirts with ripped muscles, ankle length trousers, lusty loafers and classy suspenders. Dressed as gents just until the beat of the drums and they were simply Punjabi after that. They did not really feel the need of dhol, for, they’d ace their bhangra on any track. The girls took comfort in their trusted maxi dresses and LBD’s. The Debonair Divas and Jovial Gentlemen totally got our thumbs-up!



5. Maitreyi College

A college that is always known for its fashion definitely cannot miss out from our list now, can it? Maitreyi seemed to follow the mantra “My Life, My Fashion” which saw students stepping out in styles that suited them the most. The cutout trend seemed to be a major hit among the freshers this year. Be it cutout backs, crops or a peek-a-boo of their curves, they were surely very comfortable in their skin. The highlight, though, were the feather earcuffs that we noticed added charm to a majority of the looks! The seniors here looked no less than the newly entered freshers with their styling which tells us that the fashion tales only get better with every passing year.


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Arushi Pathak is a (over-enthusiastic) senior pursuing Economics Honours from DU. The Associate Editor at DU Beat, she is an avid debater and can’t refrain from expressing her opinion over everything. Somehow obsessed with New York City (and all sitcoms set in NYC), she day-dreams to live there soon. She is a die-hard Grey’s Anatomy fan and can’t have enough of tragedy-themed novels. She believes that she has got the best of both worlds-Economics and Journalism. Always ready for a pep-talk or a life-changing discussion equally readily, she can be contacted at [email protected].

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