Hello cuties! I’m Megan, and this is my first semester with CollegeFashionista. I’m a junior at Pace University, majoring in Communication Studies. The campus is located in New York City; the perfect place for a girl who loves street style fashion.

Outside of fashion, I enjoy attending concerts, baking and reading comic books. There’s nothing better than rocking out to my favorite band, perfecting that tricky recipe or getting into a good Marvel comic. Incase you were wondering, Captain America is my favorite superhero. I listen to all types of music, but tend to be drawn to alternative, indie and classic rock. Having perfected my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe, it’s currently my favorite thing to bake.

Growing up in a small town like Newark, Delaware, I’d never been around the busy, fast pace lifestyle of the city. However, being a city girl at heart, I adapted to my new life quickly, picking up a few interests in my free time along the way. One of my favorite past times is sitting in front of windows at cafés and watching people walk by. I find immense inspiration for new looks from complete strangers walking down the street, especially during the highly anticipated New York Fashion Week.

There are a few items that I consider must-haves and can always be found in my closet. Every girl needs the perfect bralette, right? My personal favorite is my black halter bralette from Urban Outfitters. I pair it with any article of clothing from dresses to T-shirts for a comfortable yet effortless look! Another must-have for me is an awesome pair of ripped jeans. My American Eagle Outfitters jeans are my go-to. Even though I bought them ripped, I added more rips myself because I love the grunge look, and it allows for more flexibility. The last must-have in my closet is my soft, vintage AC/DC T-shirt. I throw it on with my favorite pair of jeans and head out the door.

Blogging is a new experience for me, and I’m very excited to show you the world of fashion through the eyes of college Fashionistas and Fashionistos around my campus. I hope you enjoy reading my articles as much as I will enjoy writing them!