January 24th, 2017 at 2:00am

Hey fellow Fashionistas/os! My name’s Julia Levan. I am currently a sophomore at Temple University, majoring in marketing with a minor in healthcare management. I am originally from Reading, PA which is about an hour away from Philadelphia. When choosing which college I wanted to attend, I knew I wanted to be in a city. The fast-paced lifestyle is definitely my speed. This is my first semester interning with CollegeFashionista. Fashion has always been a huge part in my life so I’m extremely excited to begin this next chapter!

It is hard to say I have a distinct style. I can be spotted in anything ranging from heels and a trendy dress to leggings and a beanie. Fashion is all about trying new things and being yourself. Through my clothing I am able to express what I am feeling that day or what I want to show to others about myself. One thing that always seems to stick with my style, however, is neutral colors. It is easier to mix and match different pieces when the colors are simple and soft. This way, I am able to make more outfit combinations, making it easier to change up a look!

One of the newest pieces added to my wardrobe this semester was this rose-colored fur coat. Not only is it my favorite color, but also it’s extremely warm. With the chilly temperatures dropping even further in Philadelphia this winter, it is important to layer up! Along with my fabulous new coat, I have paired a beige turtleneck, jeans, and over-the-knee heeled boots. Since the coat is a big statement on its own, I like to keep my jewelry simple with some diamond earrings and my monogram necklace, a staple of mine that I never am caught without!

With this semester coming up, I cannot wait to see all the new trends around campus. College is the perfect time to experiment with new styles and learn what you like. Inspiration for new outfits is all around me constantly, giving me the opportunity to see what styles I love and ideas for what I should try next! No matter what it is, love yourself in what you wear. Confidence is the key to making an outfit complete.