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Elisa.  Photographed on College Ave.

Sunny days always yield great fashion in University Park.  Here we have a wonderful use of basics.  Nothing in particular screams for attention, but as a whole this look commands it. Tights with leg warmers – while many may consider something that should have been left in the 80s – looks great when no “highlighter tones” are involved.  The scarf has subtle coloring amidst the black and white buffalo pattern, further decorating the class emitted by the plain front, black tee.  The black moccasin style flats round it all out.  A flawless execution – the judges award a perfect score to this outfit.

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