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Dress Like the Celebs For Less!

            Art, in my favorite form, is fashion. The ability to self compose and constantly reconstruct the most visible part of our individuality helps establish our inner-self through our exterior style.
            Like anything else there are several ways to make art your own. To be able to define your own perticular style amongst the accelctic variations of fashion trends today- hipie chic, timeless-classic, vintage and antique rhetro, or modern bohemian-is certaintly a learnt trait. Most of us fashionistas, whether the Coco Channel or simply myself, a college fashion blogger, have perhaps coached our eyes and developed a taste and style pertinenet to our own self-constructed idenity.
            The only problem here is the cost! Designers are always extremlely expensive. That’s why shopping smart and taking the time to find great buys is important for you and your bank account! That doesn’t mean find fashion picks that are less trendy; you can find great look alike buys of even the most stylish celeberty. Take a peek at my suggestions girls!

Drew Barrymore Look:
American Apparel 2011 Unisex Power Washed White Tee $22.00
Forever 21 Twelve By Twelve high wasted Printed Leggings $22.00
Urban Outfitters BDG Bandeau $10.00 and Urban Renewal Dream Weaver Necklace $18.00

Jennifer Aniston Look:
Gap Sexy boot jeans (medium tint wash) $59.50 and Plaid Boyfriend Shirt $29.99
Urban Outfitters BDG Leather Belt $28.00

Gwen Stefani Look:
Forever 21 Tiered Leopard Dress $22.80
BEBE Woven Stretch Belt $29.00
Local Drugstore’s L’Oreal Lipstick Make me Blush 250 $7.19

Heidi Klum Look:
Free People Textured Bodycon Skirt $58.00
Urban Outfitters Pins and Needles Watercolor Chiffon Blouse $58.00
Steve Madden Ultamit taupe suade heel $79.95
See fashion can be fabulous even if it doesn’t come from Fifth Avenue! Be true to yourself and know your style, identity- and budget.  

For my first day of preschool I had three staple accessories: Bright pink lipstick, an old leather pocketbook, and my multi-patterned dress- even at a young age, I was boldy flaunting my unmistakable passion for fashion. That deep love for all things trendly ultimately carried me through the next sixteen years of my life. From party dresses to vintage shoes and eclectic accessories, style was always a key component to my existence. My previous internships as a freelance writer and a marketing intern at Turner PR, showed me how important the field of communications can be. And thus I have begun to explore how easily paralleled the worlds of fashion and communications are while working as both a fashion blogger and PR intern at Her Campus!
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