When it comes to THON weekend, the Bryce Jordan Center is jammed pack with all sorts of crazy costumes, neon colors and diy accessories as far as the eye can see. In the sea of THON dancers, VALLEY set out to find some of most creative looks of THON 2019.
Senior information and cyber security major, Rebecca Williamson, said that when she spotted unicorn horns in Walmart, she knew she needed them. She explained that after attending THON year after year, she wants her outfit to match the energetic and inspirational vibe that THON has.
VALLEY came across junior material science engineering major, Nina Rosporski, who showed off her diy FTK sunglasses. Nina and her friend, Kate Suchanec, a senior Earth science and policy major, made matching rainbow sunglasses with just hot glue and beads after they got the idea from Instagram.
Senior supply chain and informational studies major, Lauren Sonsteby, demonstrates that her outfit doubles as both an outfit and a game. Along with staying awake, Sonsteby explained that her inflatable antlers are a great way to get competitive and have some fun.
Fifth year senior, Bethany Dennis, a biology and wildlife and fisheries science major, went back into time with her 90s inspired leggings. Along with her “Nickelodeon’s ‘All That’ vibes,” she explained she’s representing THON’s communications committee by wearing head to toe green.
Last but not least, Carlos Curay, a junior neuroscience major, isn’t hard to pinpoint across the dance floor of the BJC when rocking a shark costume.Â When looking for a costume to wear to THON, Curay explained that finding a shark costume was the perfect fit.
This weekend, VALLEY challenges YOU to sport your most creative apparel and ultimately cherish every moment THON brings to you.