Fall Fashion

Photo+by+Maddy+Manning

Photo by Maddy Manning

Fall is just around the corner, and that means its time to transition your summer wardrobe into your winter wardrobe. Northwest students show how to find a balance between the two.Senior Jordan Ray: Hat, Glasses, and sweatshirt all thrifted, H&M shorts, Nike socks.

Q: How would you describe your style?

A: “I try to be comfortable, and keep it simple, I like to thrift.”

Q: Who is your fashion icon?

A: “I don’t like style icons, I just like to be myself.”Senior Alyssia Vallejo: Shirt and shorts from Forever21, Jacket is from Target, shoes are thrifted, and Pacsun choker.

Q: How would you describe your style?

A: “I would say it is effortlessly stylish, because I just get up in the morning and throw stuff on, I go for really basic stuff that can easily go together.”

Q: Who is your fashion icon?

A: “My style icon is my mirror.”Junior Ali Lollas: top from Forever21, H&M shorts.

Q: How would you describe your style?

A: “I would say I wear a variety of everything, anything really, if it’s cute I’ll wear it.”

Q: Who is your fashion icon?

A: “Candice Swanepoel.”Senior Maguy Bikene Assembe: Burlington Jeans, Shoes from City Trends, Top from online.

Q: How would you describe your style?

A: “I would say it’s very versatile, it changes a lot. I’m not set on one thing.”

Q: Who is your fashion icon?

A: “I don’t really have one, I’m my own fashion icon.”Senior Kiley Gerkovich: Pacsun Jeans, Pacsun Top, Nike Air Force Ones.

Q: How would you describe your style?

A: “I’m not afraid to be different, I wear what I think is cute, my style is me.”

Q: Who is your fashion icon?

A: “Rihanna and Lana Del Rey.”