LuteLooks and The Mast: Halloween’s Best Dressed

A NOTE FROM A&E EDITOR MATTHEW SALZANO: LuteLooks editor Grace Takehara and I went out to Pflueger Pfright Night Oct. 31 to find the best-dressed Lutes. While I took photos, she scouted with her acute eye for the fashionable styles dominating the room. While every Lute was rocking it this Halloween, we think these few deserve to be listed as our top 5.

LL Piano Girl
Senior Dania Tolentio repped the new girl in music, FKA Twigs. With her gelled baby hair and all, Tolentio looked ultra cool and proved that Halloween costumes can make a fashion statement.
LL Princess
Dressed as the iconic Princess Peach, senior Lauren Mendez looked sweet and ready to take on any fantasy foe. Mendez captured every element of Peach, from the blonde hair to her bubblegum pink dress — all she was missing was Mario.
LL Angel
Giving a classic Disney character a makeover, Foss and Pflueger’s Resident Director, Angel de Jesus Gonzalez, looked quirky and polished as the Mad Hatter. Gonzalez tastefully mixed his plaid vest with a paisley dress shirt topping it off with a cool hat.
LL Bitch 1
Sophomore Allison Bourquin mean-mugged as Wrath, one of the seven deadly sins. Rocking black leather and ripped tights, Bourquin looked like she’s straight out of a moody Sky Ferreira music video.
LL Kiera
With elaborate makeup and an outfit complete from head-to-toe, sophomore Kiera Stevens scored major points in execution and creativity. As a “Steampunk Robot,” Stevens ventured away from mainstream and proved that originality makes an impact and is epically awesome.

Matthew Salzano

Class of 2018 Communication and Women's and Gender Studies double-major. Matt Served as the 2016-17 Editor-in-Chief of The Mast and as a writer for PLU.edu. He also previously served as Entertainment Editor and Mast TV General Manager. From Spokane, Washington. Studied away in Oxford January/Spring 2016.

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