"Life throws you a million curve balls, and you gotta be ready to take them all."
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.
Hitting the keys of the piano has always been an escape physically, mentally, and emotionally for today's February fashion featured individual, Priscilla, and there is no other place she'd rather be. Priscilla's an exceptionally smart young woman, but her true passions lie beyond the paper and pencil in the classroom. For her, music is far more than just a hobby; it's a vital part of her lifestyle. However, she's had her share of doubts and hardships with playing piano. As a nearly fully self taught player, there's a lot of obstacles when the only person to motivate Priscilla is herself, but she always finds a way to overcome whatever is thrown her way.
Our biggest fans in life are often our parents. They're there to push us to our limits in hopes to get us to the best we can be. We may not agree with their methods, but they always try to guide us with love. Today's January fashion and teen winter fashion, Brianna, has been playing the sport of softball since she was five. One of her long time coaches is her dad, who is continuously giving her advice in softball as well as in general. She couldn't possibly live without either the sport or her father, and this young lady is grateful to have both of them in her life. There is no shortness of enjoyment when she's out on the field doing what she loves with her biggest fan watching her from the dugout.
We live in our insecurities. The imperfections we have are the only things we can see on certain days, and what makes us beautiful gets disregarded. Yet, sometimes it's the environment were exposed to that makes us feel this way and not so much ourselves. For the longest time, today's teen winter fashion and January fashion individual, Alexandra, has struggled with the way she looked and always had a low self esteem. Alex mentions that the crowd she use to hang out with wasn't always the most positive, and from them, she picked up a couple of bad habits. She remembers that she use to dress down so no additional attention would come her way, and Alex stopped caring for the way she looked which ended in some weight gain. Alexandra use to be so paranoid that it affected her academically and feared being judged all the time. Yet, once this young lady realized what was happening to her, she was determined to turn it all around.
We're always talking about family. Whether you were born into your family or they developed throughout your life, they are one of the most vital groups of people. Today's January fashion and teen winter fashion individuals are two sisters, Sarah (black coat) and Yasmeen (green parka), who have been close for as long as they can remember. They spend a lot of time with each other and can always have fun no matter the circumstances. Of course, no relationship is ever perfect, but when the sisters do fight, all it takes is five minutes to reconcile. Now almost full grown, this pair of young ladies are both currently in high school, pushing each other each step of the way.
During the Friday nights throughout the Autumn, you'd find him on the sidelines of his high school football games as part of the dance team. He was the only male and was very visible due to his tall height and all black attire. For Quinn, today's winter fashion featured individual, every time he performed for the entertainment of the crowd, less people began to see him as "that guy who dances" and rather saw the team as whole, regardless of who was in it. Quinn believes that people who are different should be different, but their uniqueness doesn't have to garner any additional or unneeded attention. At the end of the day, we're all just human beings looking for our own corner of happiness and trying to do our thing.