That one girl who seems to have everything together is usually dressed well too, right? Well since we’re all adults in college living life to the fullest (so we claim), we should have a wardrobe that proves it. This global warming thing tries to screw with us in this sense though. The stereotypes of seasonal clothing is thrown out the door when you live in Arizona in 2016. I base this off of Halloween considering we could strip down to whatever costume we desired without getting chilly and having our parents text us to make sure to bring a sweater. Ladies, I feel you. We all love to hibernate our legs a little in the winter time. Sucks to suck. Keep the shorts and skirts at your fingertips for the rest of your lives. *Sigh*
Moving onto this Fashionista… her color coding was on point. Since we’re sweating from every crease of our existence even though it is December now, we have to still dress for the winter season. There are no more neons and bright colors to show that we are excited to see the sun every day. The sun stays but our trends go! So what this Fashionista did so fantastically was pairing winter and fall colors with summer looks. Maroons and blacks are the go-to tones in the winter. Besides the fact that her black jean skirt has been brought back into style, she gets extra points for pairing it with a maroon blouse. You all know by now how I feel about short booties. Basically what I’m getting at is that I was wrong to let her go without buying her a drink.
Now let’s talk about that hat. It speaks for itself and is the definition of sass. This girl walks up to her professor after he gives her a B on a paper, and gets an extra three percent. This girl doesn’t care that avocado is an extra charge. When a guy asks her if he can buy her a drink at a bar she asks for a double vodka cran with extra cherries. It speaks sass. My point is that if you can’t handle the hat, don’t wear the hat. Because the hat can’t even. Rock that hat girl, and flip that hair.