It seems like this year is flying by. But for some Misericordia students, like this Fashionista, it is ending very soon! As a psychology undergraduate in a 6/2 year physical therapy program, Breanne balances schoolwork, tennis team and working at American Eagle Outfitters. I think it’s every college girl’s dream to work at an apparel store and get awesome discounts. With these awesome discounts, Breanne can create chic outfits in seconds.
Name: Breanna Phillips
Major: Psychology, Doctor of Physical Therapy
CollegeFashionista: Where did you get each piece of your outfit?
Breanne Phillips: Actually most of my clothes are from American Eagle Outfitters. I’ve been working there for five years! In this outfit I am wearing American Eagle Outfitters leggings and a military-inspired top. My scarf was a gift and my boots are from Payless.
CF: Are you excited to try any new fall fashion trends?
BP: I’m definitely excited to bring out my boots. I don’t discriminate. I own high, low and heeled booties. They are perfect fall fashion shoe wear. I also enjoy incorporating more blazers during the season. My closet is filled with black and royal blue blazers.
CF: If you could go on a shopping spree to one store, which one would it be and why?
BP: Definitely American Eagle Outfitters! Working there for five years, I have to keep my loyalty! More importantly, I absolutely love the company and their clothing. American Eagle Outfitters has perfect casual style for a busy college girl like me.
CF: If you could have any movie character’s wardrobe, whose would you want to have?
BP: I love Blake Lively’s style and any actress who dresses with that casual style. Her outfits are so perfect in The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants.
CF: Describe your style in three words.
BP: Casual, comfortable and bright.
How To: Start off with a military-inspired olive green top and pair it with black leggings. Add comfortable brown with these boots or these boots. Wrap a bright purple scarf around your neck. Add your favorite mini purse and you are ready to hit the campus.