Style Advice of the Week

With the heat wave of a lifetime, it seems that less is more. The sun has brought out sundresses, crop tops and bright colors. There is no such thing as spring in Arizona. It jumps from winter straight to the heat of summer. With the extreme change you need to mix up your wardrobe by picking and choosing what clothes will stay and which will go.

Everyone uses the weather to create a unique touch to their clothing style. Whether you are someone that sticks to the bright colors or finds a way to make fall clothes trendy in the spring months is up to you. I tend to mix the clothes from season to season to make them look different from anyone else’s style. In the brisk months, you can always wear a sweater over a dress and make it look comfy but cute. Dresses and skirts are perfect for the sunny days and are cute pieces that take no time to get ready with.

This Fashionista wore a deep maroon color A-line skirt. The color is a fall season favorite but she was able to spin it and style it for a brighter day. Head to Urban Outfitters for a solid A-line skirt like this Fashionista. She paired the skirt with a chambray cut-off top. The crop top brings a summer flair to her outfit and she is ready for the heat wave. Lastly, she wore a pair of strappy sandals for the far walks around campus. She kept her outfit simple and trendy, which is the envy of being a Fashionista.


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