Spring break is a rite of passage for college students to travel to far-flung locations, hang out on the beach, party until the wee hours and indulge in new outfits and accessories.
But in a survey conducted by College Fashionista of those college students planning a spring break trip, the most popular destination was New York.
Other destinations to which they were headed were California, the Caribbean, Mexico, Aruba, Europe, Maine, Texas, Japan, Jamaica and Texas.
College Fashionista surveyed 63 college students at campuses around the country, and 57 percent of them said they were planning to go away for spring break. Of those taking a trip, 77 percent said they were traveling within the U.S.
Students were polled from such universities as Central Michigan University, DePauw University, University of Oregon, Rutgers University, Kent State University, Temple University, Fordham University, University of South Florida, Tulane University, Fashion Institute of Technology, University of Mississippi, The George Washington University and Penn State University.
The students said their top reason for traveling was to explore a new city, followed by seeing friends, family and partying. Many said they were spending the same to significantly more than a year ago on their trips. The majority of the students surveyed said
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