"No one makes me as happy as he does.
When you pour your all into something you're passionate about, not a single ounce of energy is wasted. Originally a soccer player, Marissa, today's spring into summer fashionista, eventually switched to a sport she'd never heard of until her teenage years, field hockey. It was a cool yet quirky game which did not come as easy as soccer did, but Marissa was ready for the challenge. No journey ever goes smoothly, and she's faced her set of difficulties. This athlete's broken a nose and taken a concussion which have halted seasons for her. Yet, the reward far outweighs the risk. Through blood, sweat and tears, Marissa has been a varsity player and starter since freshman year and was awarded for being the best scoring offensive player.
To come out of your shell is a process that differs from person to person. There are those who are born ready to put themselves out there, and on the contrary, there are those who take a bit of time to really blossom. The most quiet people as a kid can one day become the most outgoing adults. All it takes is time. Angelina, whose presenting her own fashion style for today, admits that she use to be very shy and quiet because she feared being judged by the others around her. Kids would pick and pester Angelina back in her young years. As a result, she was afraid to be herself. This was all until Angelina reached high school, and like a click of a switch, she began to started to become a whole new person.
To fully understand what it means to be part of humanity, it is important to study and understand both our culture and our history which often get intertwined with each other. Juliette, today's April fashion featured individual, is well versed in each category and carries a vast knowledge of the eras that came before but is also in tune with her French heritage. Soon off to college, Juliette wishes to study in Canada which has a significant French-speaking population. Her love of history has also caused her to hopefully focus on that during her higher education, and someday, she wishes to help preserve artifacts of our anthropology which have the power to explain and recollect our human existence.
Winter's made a comeback as we enter into mid-March. Yet, no matter the season or weather, it's always a good time to give back to our communities. Katie, today's source of late winter fashion inspiration, talks about a time in the beginning of the season when she had the opportunity to make the day of a few little kids who've lived through tough experiences growing up. All the way back before Christmas, Katie, along with her friends in their school's civic leadership program, were able to "adopt" families from the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation and give the children, Meghan and David, gifts they'll never forget.