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Written by Chris Kirschner
The first thing to remember is that this is Florida we’re talking about, so you’ll find a lot of people with tans and sun-streaked hair (if you go for the penguin look, this may not be the place for you to pick up a date). Many people—for some reason, mostly girls—tend to wear rather small clothes. Anyway, when they’re not sun-worshipping, a good number of students is busy praying to polo or Hollister. This is not really a bad thing because guys in khaki shorts and button-down shirts are pretty easy on the eyes, as are girls in low-cut rugby shirts and short tan skirts, and if Abercrombie is not your gig, there are more than enough people at UF who would agree with you. Basically, you can get away with any look you want when your school is the size of a town, and a liberal, laid-back town at that.
Basically, the sorority girls have their own style. They mainly wear dresses and stylish sandals to class or Nike running shorts. Fraternity guys will always be seen sporting khaki shorts and a polo at a fraternity/sorority function. Whether you are going out on the town or just heading to class, chances are you will see someone of the opposite gender who is attractive. It is up to you whether you actually do something about it.
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