I guess I can’t sit with Regina George then. I wore pink too early in the week. Movies like “Mean Girls” bring me back to the good old days, when I was still in school, buried in my books. Even so, I’ve always paid attention to the way I dress. Skinny jeans, in particular, were my weapons of choice during the first few years of my college life. I’m sure it’s the same for a lot of students. I mean, why not? Jeans are easy, comfortable and practical. I wonder how students of today style their jeans. Hmmm, I guess I’ll find out when I start my campus tour with local denim brand Freshgear this Thursday.
From August until September, Freshgear and I will be going around 3 universities in the Metro to do the Freshgear Fashion Face-off. For each school, we will be bringing 2 of your favorite fashion bloggers who’ll team up with students to compete for the best fashion makeover. I’ll be keeping a watchful eye over the teams and, together with Freshgear and the public, will choose which of the 2 Fashion Face-off teams are the winners. Exciting, right? This must be what it feels like to be Tyra Banks! LOL.
The first school we’re visiting this Thursday is the University of Santo Thomas. So Thomasians, you better get ready to #StartFresh! Your Fashion Face-off teams will be headed by David Guison and Tracy Ayson. We’ll be starting at the Freshgear booth located at Plaza Mayor by 9:30am. The booth will actually be up already by tomorrow where you can get premium Freshgear freebies via the Style Spin Game and make use of the photobooth for free as well. AHHHH! CAN’T WAIT!
After UST, we’ll be invading San Beda College on August 28 with Vern and Verniece Enciso then Adamson University on September 4 with Lissa Kahayon and Mikyle Quizon. This is going to be the biggest campus styling event of the year so make sure you follow FreshGearJeans on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for live updates. See you there, kiddos!
P.S. Spot my childhood necklace! My mom had this necklace made when I was little. It has my name written on one side and my childhood photo printed on the other.