Neon, wallabies, and jumpsuits: fall fashion scoop

Alex Lento

By Jamie Fischer, ’10, Contributor

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Neon is back in from the 1980s this fall, and as you may have already noticed, a group of inconspicuous Middle School girls in highlighter pants and retro Nike shoes already got the message. If you’re in need of neon, American Apparel is a great place to shop. They have a million different colors of everything—including neon. You can wear pretty much neon anything: headbands, leggings, skirts, dresses, shoes … you get the point.

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Photo courtesy of fashionfuss.com.

One-shoulder dresses are back and can show off your retro style! With the new Nordstrom coming into the Kenwood Mall, there will be plenty of one-shoulder options made by a variety of designers.

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Jumpsuits look great on girls with long legs, so maybe we’ll catch Mrs. Dunn in a romper at golf practice. Also, if you have nice shoulders, the strapless top is a great way to show them off.

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Wallabies are the new it shoe for school. If you don’t have Sperry Top-Siders already, it’s too late now, so invest in a pair of these. They have been spotted on trendsetters like Will Fritz, Wyatt Tiffany, and Liza Cohen.

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Pink is back in style for fall. All different shades are in so wear whatever looks best you’re your skin tone. Black is no longer the new pink, a comeback sure to please Ms. Floyd!

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Photo courtesy of hairstylechat.com.

The bob hairstyle will never run out of the same, so if you don’t want to deal with your hair at sports practices this is a great option. It cuts down your styling time and is easy and cute to wear. Just look at the popularity of the college bob among CCDS alums! BT

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