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"If there’s anything I love about fashion, it's that I can be comfortable and make a statement at the same time. I basically grew up wearing sweatshirts all my life, so I am stoked to have that familiar sweatshirt feel in a tee. On top of that, the statement is visually subtle, but it means way much more."
"I love a pair of sunglasses that protects your vision, both literally and figuratively! These vintage-inspired sunglasses are reminiscent of a postcard from the '90s, and it also doesn’t break the bank with it’s price."
"I was gifted this striped Baggu a few years back, and I've been obsessed ever since. Sometimes I’ll even use it instead of my usual bag to carry my wallet and keys. It can basically hold anything and everything, and the fact that it's reusable is even better! It also comes in a bunch of different prints and colors to suit your taste. The green stripe seems to go with everything."
"This is one I obsess over because of both the print and statement. It serves as a reminder to spread good vibes, and who doesn't need that now and then? Scarves can be worn virtually in any way: tie it around your head, your neck, your wrist, and even your bag."
"I've always been fond of Alexander McQueen's work and designs, so instead of trying to somehow obtain one of his pieces, getting this book about his life was the next best thing. This book holds a special place in my heart because it was the first fashion related book that I ever owned. It also encouraged me to pursue fashion design; I am forever grateful for McQueen for sharing his work with the world."
"I'm not going to lie, but I love wearing pants. These pants are on my shopping list for obvious reasons. One: The brand is sustainably made and well-made. Two: It has petite sizes for girls like me who are under 5’4. Three: The checkers print is the perfect statement."
Tiffany Vega, aka @tiffanysvision, is a 20-year-old fashion design grad who has a thing for sustainability, screenprinting, and sewing. She also runs her own website, TiffanysVision.co, which she describes as a place "for the creative by the creative." Into it.