Monday, October 27, 2008

YFF Girl of the Moment: Marisela


So one of the things I want to do with this blog is feature YFF girls weekly (or, uh, as close to weekly as I can get). Meet Marisela, an adorable college student with a unique personal style. It's a little offbeat, but in a totally cute way (and the fact that she's gorgeous doesn't exactly hurt). Check out a few of her signature looks...something tells me she's into cardigans:




 
Name: Marisela
Age: 20
Location: Outside of Chicago, IL
Size: 20
Favorite Places to Shop: Always looking, absolutely anywhere
Fashion Icons: I don't care how typical fat girl of an answer this is, but I love Beth Ditto. I draw inspiration from her ridiculousness. She is how I know that I can push the envelope and totally look bad ass while doing so.
Current Obsession: Finding the perfect shade of rouge
Advice to other YFF girls: Dress for yourself, always have fun, and don't be predictable. Never worry about the size on the tag--go as little or as big as you need, don't feel like you need to stick to just one size of anything! I know being YF&F is not easy and finding affordable clothing that is stylish can be frustrating. Second hand shops are perfect for adding an eclectic feel to an otherwise bland wardrobe.

Want to be featured on YFF? send an email to gabrielle.gregg@gmail.com with a picture of yourself in your favorite outfit. You might be chosen next!

11 comments:

  1. Love your style and your pick of Beth Ditto...great YF&F style icon. Also some great advice to the girls out there.

    On another note, I came across this blog through a friend's website post and I love it. Gabs, you write for a new generation of YF&F girls who do not need to hide behind drab and oversized wardrobes. We can be just as sexy and beautiful, sometimes with soem extra help. Thanks. I look forward to reading your next entry

    xoxo, GGFan

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  2. i love this new addition to the blog!
    excellent choice of the first YFF girl,
    i love her color coordination
    and not to mention her fab style!

    on another note, i think it would really help if she could give us a mock up of her fav outfit

    keep these posts coming ;)

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  4. ooh azuhotty, you mean like a polyvore-type thing? cool idea! thanks

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  5. Not to sound too stalker, but I have always like Marisela's style from when she would post during picture posts in IF's on LiveJournal. She was a great choice to start off your YFF Girl section.

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  6. Eu amei esse blog :)
    Você não tem orkut ou MSN Gabi??

    Beijos!

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  7. You are so gorgeous! wow!

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