Bucks County Senior Cyrena Spafford Shares Her Style
If there was one world to describe my style it would be eclectic. I have a mix of different styles depending on the different trends going on in today’s fashion world.
I get a lot of my fashion inspirations from current celebrities, from pictures I may see in magazines or on social media. My favorite thing about creating an outfit is that I can make it and add a unique twist to it to make it my own.
My style is mainly classic with a little bit of a modern day twists. I always seem to add the right amount of fun to an everyday outfit whether it would be a pair of old jeans or new ones.
You can usually find me in something with a unique twist or surprise. My friends are totally used to it because they all know me as the fashion forward one.
When it comes to picking out clothes I love to pick clothes right off the rack or right off the rack of a thrift shop.
But the best thing about my style is that I can make it my own and be my own person.
So if you’re someone like me who loves to add their own twist to their own style and is totally classic with a little bit of a fun to your everyday fashion, then I am totally your girl!
Bucks County Teen Artist
Central Bucks Student Lauren Lassin
Central Bucks South High School Junior Lauren Lassin shares her artwork with us.
Brooke Young - Sporty STYLE
My Fashion Style - By Brooke Young | Winter 2017 Issue
My name is Brooke Young, and I am in 11th grade at Council Rock High School North. I would describe my style as sporty or even sporty casual. My style wasn't always like this, until the past few years about when I started high school. Growing up I always dressed a little sporty but my style has changed a little through the years. Ever since I started running spring track and field in 9th grade, I started to dress more sporty all the time.
I didn't realize I was dressing more sporty outside of track and at first it was what seemed normal because that’s what I practiced in. Once I noticed and after awhile people had pointed out the way I was dressing, even though I hadn't noticed I found out my style! This is when my style started to stay in one style of clothes. I think my style is unique in the way that most of what I wear is from track and field even though some of my sporty clothes are not track based. I have a ton of shirts from different meets and a few invitationals I’ve ran in, and from the track clothing order so it's what I’m wearing most of the time! Wearing sporty clothes is a more comfortable style and not hard to buy clothes for.
Most of these clothes are inexpensive, and are located in many different stores. Most of these clothes also aren't hard to find so it’s easier for me to add to my collection! Most sporting goods stores carry clothes that fit into this category, as do department stores too. There are times that I do try to wear some other clothing styles, but most of the time you will see me in sporty clothes!
Experiencing Peace Camp - By Emma Dickinson
This summer I had the privilege of volunteering as an Advocate in Training (AIT) at Peace Works Camp! Peace Works Camp is sponsored by a Woman’s Place, which is a nonprofit organization. A Woman's Place envisions a society where all individuals are safe in their relationships and can flourish.
The purpose of the camp was to engage all campers in activities, games, and crafts that focus on building positive self-esteem, developing leadership skills, promoting healthy relationships and encouraging teamwork. There were many team building activities for boys and girls in grades K-5. I was able to help campers with an activity that required them to create the tallest structure out of spaghetti and marshmallows.
Peace Works Camp hopes that campers will walk away with a self-worth, respect for their peers, healthy friendship building skills and lots of fantastic memories. I enjoyed helping the younger kids with all of the activities and ensuring that everyone had an enjoyable time. Volunteering was a very enjoyable experience and I hope to do it again next summer.
iTi STYLE Releases First Issue
The First Issue of iTi STYLE was released on November 21, 2017
The first issue of iTi STYLE features 12 year old Paige Ross on the cover, Paige not only was a co-founder and an instigator of why this magazine should be started for tweens and teens to share their styles, but she was the first to get an article in. She also encouraged others on her Fashionistas team to get theirs in to make sure there was enough content for it to go to print.
Paige signed up as a model for the 2017 Inspiring Teens Fall Fashion Show where this magazine was released and was called out to be surprised with this information - since she had no idea!
Steps for teens looking to share their styles and be featured in iTi STYLE
It's easy to be featured in iTi STYLE - just book a photo shoot through our studio to start the process. We love all things teen style and want to share this possibility with other teens who do as well!
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