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Fall fashion: Amelia Edmondson

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Amelia Edmondson, a sophomore at George Washington High School, was the 2011 Charleston Town Center's 2011 Project Style winner, and is the face of the mall. She has modeled and sold her handmade jewelry.

What three words describe your fashion style?

Classic, edgy, chic.

What's your favorite fall piece?

My brown suede tassel boots.

Did you buy something new to update your fall wardrobe?

A bright orange tasseled cross-body purse with an Aztec print because it looks great for any fall look.

What are your signature accessories?

Scarves, belts, boots.

What piece did you splurge on and why?

My black suede tassel boots because they are different and go with a lot of my fall pieces.

What item in your closet would you never part with?

My blue jean jacket. It's so versatile and timeless.

What would you never wear?

Even though it's hunting season, I would never wear anything camo.

Signature jewelry?

My favorite look is to wear two or three simple gold necklaces of different lengths. It adds a bit of flair without being too busy.

What's your favorite piece in your wardrobe?

My vibrant purple wool pea coat.

What's your favorite color or color combination?

Sky blue. It really brings out the color in my eyes and contrasts well with my blond hair.

Do you have a favorite designer or style icon?

Juicy Couture. Their clothes are very sophisticated but are also fun and girly.

What are your priorities in picking clothes?

To pick pieces that work well with my height. I work hard to create a look that accentuates my long legs.

What's your weekday go-to look?

Usually a long-sleeved thermal with a baggy sweater, a printed scarf and boots.

Do you have a personal styling trick?

I pick a very bold piece and create an outfit around it. That makes it easier for your outfit to have a more cohesive look.

What's your favorite evening look?

A fitted dress with crazy leggings, a belt and boots.


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