STYLE GURU BIO: Andrea Keltos

January 18th, 2017 at 2:00am

Hey there Fashionistas/os! My name is Andrea and I am so excited to continue the fabulous journey as a Style Guru here at CollegeFashionista! I am currently a sophomore at SUNY New Paltz and I am thrilled to show you all the different styles that live there. This spring semester is going to be a blast!

My motto is “Look good, feel good, do good,” so I always aim to do so. When life gets hectic, due dates happen to fall on the same day and you’ve gotten little to no sleep, there is no cure better than a killer look. It makes life more exciting and acts as a creative outlet freedom to express yourself. I find inspiration everywhere I go and it definitely reflects in my style.

My style ranges all across the spectrum. From boho-chic to comfy cool, I’m always switching it up and I’m definitely not a creature of habit! Some of my favorite pieces are distressed boyfriend jeans, an army green utility coat, chunky sweaters, and delicate necklaces. I also love to play around with makeup to add to my look. I have fun with different lip colors and live for perfect eyebrows!

So much for “spring” semester while it’s snowing! I definitely have spring fever and it’s only January! Since I tend to get bored easily, I am so over sweaters as of right now. Since it is still cold out and warmth is necessary, layers are a great way to keep warm while still looking cute. I love vests, and I have many in all different colors. This one in particular is so warm and cozy, and the color goes with just about anything! I love to add it on top of different prints, colors, and textures! I love florals (the perfect cure for spring fever in January). Basic jeans and booties keep the focus point on the blouse and vest, and a choker to tie it all together! Paired with my everyday rings, a deep brown lip, and neutral eye color keeps a deeper tone for the look all together.

So that’s a little bit about me and my style! I cannot wait to show you what inspires me and my fashion sense every day this coming semester!