As I was leaving my broadcast journalism course, a swarm of students that were in the next journalism class started to enter the room. Amongst all the students walked in was a smiling student that stood out. A true Fashionista always stands out from the crowd because of her daring fashion sense. This Fashionista definitely made a statement that said she was not afraid to combine different styles. She had this modern cow girl look going on. Her outfit screams east coast meets west coast. This city slicker somehow channeled some inner western style and merged the two looks. Her outfit was laid back and comfortable for a busy day of school but still playful like her personality.
“I would describe my style as on the go because my outfits are never picked out in advanced. I kind of just throw them together like in 20 minutes before I leave for class,” said this Fashionista.
She had on a scarf wrapped around her neck, funky feathered earrings and a cowboy styled fedora hat. I thought it was interesting the way she wore her scarf wrapped around her neck. It reminded me of the cowboy knot but with a cool twist. At times, when a person wears a lot of accessories in one area it can be distracting, clash and look gaudy. She had on a load of accessories in one area but they complemented each other. I loved the hints of feathers in her outfit. She had a feather on her hat and sassy feathered earrings. Feathers have been seen all over the runways this winter, they are fun and can give a laid back feel to an outfit. Forever 21 have some great feathered earrings for a reasonable price. This Fashionista brought her feathered accessories from ALDO. It's always fun to mix different styles together and make it your own. What's great about this Fashionista is that her great fashion sense is effortless. This New Yorker proves that you can get style inspiration from any area of the world and make it your own.
Spotted: Feathered hats appeared in Gucci's fall/winter 2011 collection.