Cool, calm and collected. Have you ever been drawn to a person’s unique style and thought how their style is something you’ve always wanted to try, but questioned if you would be able to pull it off? That’s the beauty of fashion. So many styles to choose from, and so many different ways to make them your own. You can always find ways to take elements of a style that may be totally out of your comfort zone and tailor it to match your fashion sense.
The great thing about hanging out with friends is that you have the luxury of just being yourself. It’s great to be able to have similarities amongst friends but also be able to relate to differences in choices and views. This week’s Fashionista’s style reminds me of some of the awesome street-style wear you would see in some of the more known cities for fashion. Her style is very laid back from head to toe. She definitely isn’t afraid of color, wearing a yellow crochet beanie and a colorful plaid shirt. Finishing off her awesome look, this Fashionista rocks a cool pair of cut-out jeans and some stylish black boots. Her look is perfect for hanging out on the quad, a favorite hangout spot or going to a relaxed event with friends.
Being creative and trying to make different looks your own might not always be your first choice because you may not know where to start. The best places to search for new trendy ideas are the Internet and magazines. Google, YouTube and your choice of a personal favorite magazine are all great resources for finding the latest fashions. YouTube is notorious for great DIY videos. If you’re interested in making cut-out jeans like this week’s Fashionista, there are tons of videos to help get you started. Don’t be afraid of change, change is good!
One Simple Change: If you’re interested in this look and are thinking of ways of how you can want switch it up, I have some great suggestions. As a lover of sheer and lace tops, I feel they can add a casual or dressy aspect to the look. Another option would be keeping the street style look by wearing a sleeveless biker vest or a nice fitted vest with a simple V-neck under it. No matter the choice, try something new and make it your own!