Column: Fashion and the City

Column: Fashion and the City

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go to site By Ruthanne Tarantino, News Correspondent

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here     I am an East Coast girl. I grew up in a small town in southern New Jersey, came to college in Boston. Now I am on co-op on in New York City. Although my moves have not been drastic, my views of style have been shaped by the different places I have lived. I would not consider myself fashion-forward; I don’t have the clothes to be considered a trendsetter. I would consider myself more of a fashion observer. I have taught myself through magazines, blogs and plain attention to others what works and what does not. I recognize clothing pieces from Miu Miu’s Spring 2010 collection (okay, that’s an easy one) but you never find my freakishly wide feet in heels, ever.

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الخيارات الثنائية تجريبي مسابقة 2017     Deemed unfit for fashion school, I came to Northeastern. I feel proud to have avoided the two worst decisions a girl can make in college: Northface jackets and Ugg boots. Seriously, your creativity called. It would like to hear from you soon. This uniform, adorned by too many girls, reflects the overall attitude I have discovered in the city. Bostonians can be daring, but not too daring. When in doubt, play it safe and dress like everybody else. It is a town founded by Puritans, after all.

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محرك الفوركس     I would say my biggest fashion inspiration in Boston has come from my friend Natalie, who hails from Hawaii. Although this girl never had to worry about coats or close-toed shoes growing up, she knows how to rock the cold weather clothes. Given the opportunity to wear hats and boots for the first time, she looked chic in every blizzard, ice storm and wind tunnel. We may not have the same style, but she has thankfully kept me on my fashion toes for the past four years.  In her hip boots, slim jeans, over sized gray sweaters and black beanie, few would guess this girl grew up on a tropical island. Think of an exotic, actual human sized Mary-Kate Olsen. Because of her, I abandoned my flares when I saw her wear skinny jeans freshman year. 

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source url     However, there is a certain group of people in New York intimidate me fashion-wise the most. It’s not the countless aspiring designers, the models who strut the streets, or the ever-present celebrities. Very simply– it’s the kids. When you see seven-year-olds dressed better than you on a daily basis, your style goals come into perspective. One day, I was walking through the West Village. There were three little kids selling lemonade and offering to draw passers-by portraits. One of the little boys was wearing a gray beanie, a leather motorcycle jacket, red skinny jeans, black Converse, and had a chain hanging from his pants. Not only did this kid own every lemonade stand I had as a child, he dressed cooler than I ever will. One day I hope to dress as well as a 7-year-old New Yorker.

follow link     Perhaps the most drastic fashion change for me will be this upcoming fall when I study abroad in Barcelona, Spain. I have never been abroad, so I am unsure what to expect. I have been told not to wear shorts unless I want to be mistaken for a prostitute. My mother has told me I need to get a pair of European walking shoes so I will not stand out as an American. I have also been warned that I will need to rid my habit of wearing large bags around because thieves can cut them off from my shoulder. Come September, will I become a long skirt-wearing, penny loafer-stepping girl who wears a bulging money belt, or Miss International Fashionista? Only time will tell.

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