Editor’s note: This article was initially published in The Daily Gazette, Swarthmore’s online, daily newspaper founded in Fall 1996. As of Fall 2018, the DG has merged with The Phoenix. See the about page to read more about the DG.
Tired of the other fashionistas getting all the glory? Just fill in the blanks!
What he/she’s wearing:
_____(your name) is sporting a flashy _____(article of clothing), which he/she picked up while traveling in _____(city).
However, he/she adds a personal touch by layering it with a _____(article of clothing) from their hometown of _____(city).
“Almost everything I’m wearing is from _____(place)” he/she said. “I especially love the _____(plural accessory) I can find there.”
He/she is also displaying a vintage _____(article of clothing). “I was really _____(emotion) to find this. It’s completely one-of-a-kind.”
To add to this stylish ensemble, _____(your name) is wearing _____(accessory) on his/her _____(body part), creating a _____(adjective) yet _____(contrasting adjective) look.
“My friends describe my style as _____(adjective) _____(high school stereotype).”
_____(your name) is in the style of other Swatties this spring, favoring _____(adjective) shades and a _____(adjective) palette of colors.
His/her _____(article of clothing) is a throwback to the _____(time period), when everything was more _____(adjective).
“A simple ______(article of clothing) can really make or break your style,” says _____(your name).
His/her most important staple, however, is a _____(accessory) that he/she found at a local _____(type of store). “I have such _____(adjective) memories from wearing these. They remind me of my _____(relative).”
Look out for next week’s style snapshot, with a special guest appearance by _____(campus celeb).