My Favorite Outfit

September 2, 2009 

MaKenzie Paine, Senior,
Connecting Waters Charter School

Interviewed by
Emily Kay Shrader, Teens in the Newsroom

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Vest/shirt: I got the vest when I was in seventh grade. My family always called me the “hippie child” or the “tree hugger.” The purple shirt, from American Eagle, added to the amazingness!

Capris: I got these capris from Forever 21 last year. I love the rips and they are so comfy!

Flip-flops: I love flip-flops because they are simple, comfortable and go with practically everything.

Earrings: These were my mom’s earrings. When I was little, I used to tell her I couldn’t do my homework unless I had the daisy earrings on! :)

Ring: My parents gave this purity ring to me for my 13th birthday. It says “True love waits.” This is a reminder that I am God’s until He leads me to my husband.

Guitar: My parents bought Daisy, my acoustic/electric Alvarez, for me a few years ago. I had been playing for quite a few years and I needed a new guitar. Since, Daisy and I have been close friends!

Purse: I got this purse in Disneyland when my family and I went a few years ago. I was obsessed with Tinker Bell at the time. After a few months, it began to look plain. So I decorated it with all of my favorite buttons from my button collection. I also had it signed on the back by Hawk Nelson and A Current Affair.

My Favorite Outfi is a fashion feature created by students in The Bee’s Teens in the Newsroom program. If you’d like to be featured in the Buzzz section wearing your favorite outfit,call 578-2358 or e-mail teens@modbee.com.

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