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STYLE GURU BIO: Lindsay Kaplan

January 6th, 2016 at 2:00am

Hey there Fashionista/os! As I sit down to write my last STYLE GURU BIO ever, I can’t believe I’m even typing the words. This is my third and, I say with a heavy heart, final semester as a Style Guru for the CollegeFashionista family. It’s hard to believe that this is my last semester with CollegeFashionista let alone my last semester as a college student ever. It leaves me wondering where does the time go? Just yesterday I was moving into my freshmen dorm awaiting the journey of an undergrad student.

I think the scariest part of being a senior is that it’s a moment of lasts. The last time you’ll ever have your first day of classes, the last time you’ll ever be able to live near or next to all your besties, the last time you’ll ever have a schedule where you don’t have to go to class until 1:00 p.m. And the most terrifying last of all…the last time you’ll have a set path for your future. Up until this point most people know that they will continue their education. Elementary School brings you to Jr. High School and so on and so forth. But what does college bring you too? The so-called “real world.”

As I prep myself for the “real world,” I’m excited to announce that I am absolutely certain that I will continue my career path in the field of fashion. As the count down to graduation begins so does the inevitable job search. I am proud of all that I have accomplished in my four years at SUNY Oneonta. Between my class work and activeness in various internships, I can only hope that I’ve done all that I can to prepare myself for life after college and to a settle into a job that suits me best.

I always thought that when I came to this point in my career I would by dreading graduation and leaving college. Even though I’m sad to say goodbye to probably the best four years of my life thus far, I’m happy that I was blessed with such an amazing college experience. I have met the most amazing people who have impacted my life immensely, and I have learned so much about myself and who I truly am as a person. Even though it breaks my heart to say goodbye and shut the door on CollegeFashionista and Oneonta, I’m excited to see what’s behind the new doors that I have yet to open. So I guess you could say that after four years I’m ready for the next step, the next chapter and the newest journey that is the rest of my life.

But before I officially say goodbye, make sure you stay tuned for my articles coming every month this semester. They’ll be sure to feature the boldest statement necklaces, the must-have cargo jackets and of course the trending boyfriend jeans!