No one can complain about the spring-like temperatures occurring on the Heights in the beginning of December! That being said, adopting your style for the warm days while being seasonally appropriate can be hard. That’s why this week’s Fashionista caught my eye right away. Her fabulous look uses major trends and variations on staple pieces to create a chic, pulled together outfit. This Fashionista’s dark wash, straight leg jeans and patent leather black flats serve as a down-to-earth base for her look. An olive green jacket, cuffed at the sleeves, is the focal point of the outfit and embodies the always-popular military trend. The jacket’s gold accents and double pockets add interesting details and structure to the coat. Additionally, this Fashionista layers a light, chiffon scarf over her jacket. The black and white color scheme fits the earthy palette of the outfit, while the lighter fabric works with the balmy weather. The print on the scarf gives the piece a trendy vibe that flows nicely with her fantastic square-rimmed eyeglasses. Overall, this Fashionista creates a stylish polished look.
Name: Anna Snook
Major: Sociology, Environmental Studies and Pre-Law
CollegeFashionista: How would you describe your personal style?
Anna Snook: I would say that I am pretty preppy when it comes to my personal style. I like to wear sweaters and scarves with flats.
CF: Who are your fashion influences?
AS: My sister is a pretty big fashion influence because we have similar taste, and I love to shop with her and see which items she picks out.
CF: What are some of your current favorite trends?
AS: I love infinity scarves for the winter because they are super cute, but they also keep you warm.
CF: What is a staple piece in your wardrobe?
AS: A staple piece in my wardrobe is a good pair of dark jeans. I have many different pairs and they are so necessary because they go with many different outfits.
CF: What are your favorite stores to shop in?
AS: I have an array of different stores where I shop, including J.Crew and Urban Outfitters.