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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.
Now we're always talking talking about the pursuit and passion of art whether it be musical or visual, but today's March fashion featured individual, Mark, brings a new form to life: TV production. His curiosity about how shows were made captivated him, and Mark's found love for it has caused him to take the class all four years. Throughout his high school career, Mark's made countless shows, skits, and films that have been a source of prime entertainment for the school. It's not only inspired the students to watch but has inspired the man himself to keep pursuing a career in the production of television and maybe someday movies.
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.
Everything in life is both a give and take, and this Christmas season it feels great to receive gifts but even better to be able to deliver them to someone else. Yet, this holiday isn't the only time where we can help others. Our service to our community is an activity that should be participated in all year long. Today's December fashion featured individual, Amanda, is rocking a wonderful women's patterned sweater look and speaks of her dance studio's initiative to use their art form as a way to inspire and uplift others. Our talents can be powerful tools in improving the lives of others. Sometimes a performance is enough to bring the audience to tears or put a smile on their faces.
Thanksgiving is never the same when there is an empty chair. Every person is a piece of a family, and sometimes, without that person , it's hard for a family to feel whole. Today's New Jersey fashion and teen fall fashion individual is Alvaro who is rocking another great sweater look. Alvaro has an older brother, Carlo, and as immigrants from Peru, they share a very close relationship like many brothers do. If there is anyone thing that Alvaro is grateful for today, it's for his older sibling. This year at the table, Carlo unfortunately won't be in attendance. Right now, Alvaro's brother is living in Madrid, Spain for a few months, but he'll be home in time for Christmas. No matter where each one is, Alvaro says that the bond between him and his brother will never break.
If you're wondering what to rock this Thursday, look no further! Today's Thanksgiving fashion presents three sweater looks and styles that are sure to impress your family members this holiday around the dinner table. Everyone knows the classic v-neck sweater, but these other three are popular alternatives that'll leave you looking just as snazzy. I'd be content wearing any one of these at my own table! Speaking of my Thanksgiving, I attend two per year, each of which is very different from the other that provides me with a sense of my Filipino culture and my American culture.
Sometimes we search years for a purpose and a passion. Then, when it’s least expected, we find it. Today’s New Jersey fashion and teen fall fashion individual is Grace who is rocking a cowl neck sweater outfit. For years, Grace tried to devote herself to cheer, which her sister, Katie, was and still is heavily involved in. However, Grace found herself incredibly unhappy and no longer wanted to live within the shadow of her older sister. Then, one day in 8th grade, she witnessed the power of theater when she saw the Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. She was completely stunned at how absolutely beautiful was. Grace knew she loved musicals and plays throughout middle school, but she didn’t have the courage to start until that show. Three years later and Grace practically finds herself everyday in her school’s auditorium working on a new production.
Founded by William Penn well before our own country was founded, Pennsylvania was originally intended to be a safe haven for all religious groups. Today, we had the pleasure of exploring its City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, Philadelphia. Such a historic area was home to the meeting houses of the men who formed our country from the ashes of colonies. As the stylish young ladies of teen fall fashion explored this city, we remembered what it took to give us the country we live in. This week’s featured weekly article is a look back in time as well as a look at our current reality.