In these odd times of a global pandemic, many have used quarantine to develop their style as well as who they are as people. While people began to get to know themselves, junior Haley Wilbert went through a similar development. “I would describe my style as extremely bubbly and outgoing,” […]
Prom-for many seniors, is the biggest night of their high school careers. So much time and effort goes into searching for the perfect corsage, making dinner reservations, planning promposals and taking Instagram worthy pictures. The most important part of prom, though, is the dress.
It is undeniable that style can display personality and character. For junior Indy Waggoner, style is not only a way to show who he is, but also a way to show what his personal interests are.
Through the decades of style, clothing pieces ranging anywhere from scrunchies to tie-dye, continue to shine. This essence of immortality is shown through junior Emily Snyder’s everyday style.
Certain trends through the ages are simply timeless, and will never go out of style. Sophomore Tisha Shrestha is drawn to pieces that are clean and simple, to create a look that will never get old.
For junior Sydney Shoemaker, seeing all the styles that walk through the doors of the school everyday and also wondering how each person connected their personalities to what they wear led her to want to start the weekly column ‘Students With Style.’
Often times the people that we think of that have created the biggest impact in our lives are parents, teachers or celebrities. For sophomore Parker Pereira, one of his previous theatre teachers proved a lasting impact on how he presents himself.