all of my written work through college: week three

Written for the Tennessee Journalist, TNZN Campus Style section (2012)

Campus Style: Katie McNabb is cute, comfy in bright red maxi skirt

Katie McNabbKatie’s simple, colorful look gives off an effortless, bohemian vibe. 

Fall may be upon us, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to retire the maxi skirt. Flowy, bright pieces, such as McNabb’s skirt, are perfect transitional pieces from summer to fall. (Not to mention they are super comfortable!) When the weather starts to turn, McNabb can simply throw on a leather or denim jacket for a complete fall look.

Vital Stats:
Name: Katie McNabb
Age: 23
Major: Hotel, Restaurant, & Tourism Management with a minor in Business
Hometown: Lenoir City, TN

What are you wearing? My skirt is Harper & Gray. It’s such a fun piece because I can wear it so many ways. The top is from Belk and is very light and comfy. Oh, and my watch is Michael Kors!
Describe your style in three words: Eclectic, Vintage, Chic
How do you dress comfortably and stylishly? Is it hard to be stylish and comfortable on campus?  I stick to pieces that are flowy and light. Skirts are my go to; they are just so comfortable! Other than that, I love to put on my favorite pair of jeans and a flowy top. I always try to buy pieces I can dress up or down. Versatility is what my wardrobe is all about! I don’t find it hard to be both [comfortable and stylish] – I want people to see my personality in my style. It makes putting outfits together all the more fun!
Where do you like to shop? Everywhere!! Online shopping is so much fun because you aren’t limited to local stores. I love going to places like Belk where I have lots of options. Cute boutiques are my guilty pleasure, if you haven’t been to Elle Boutique on Bearden Hill you need to check it out.
Where do you find inspiration? I love following all sorts of fashion blogs. I piece together my favorite looks to create my outfits!
Follow Katie on Twitter (@katielee214) and Instagram (@katieleemac).
Advertisements
all of my written work through college: week three

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s