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Talkin' fashion with a Pittsburgh girl: Jessica P.

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Pittsburgh girls know and love fashion! They know what colors look good on them, what designer looks they covet, and where to shop. Pittsburgh girls are more than just Pens jerseys and Terrible Towels, they are fashionistas! Jessica, a 30 year-old who works in human resources from Pittsburgh gabs about her personal style and fashion!

What is one store could you spend thousands of dollars on clothes in?

Lane Bryant

What is your favorite Pittsburgh mall?

Ross Park but I'm not a mall shopper. I go there for Lush.

What color do you think you look best in?

I've been told red. I feel best in red, too. I have serious swagger when I wear it. Ha!

What is one piece in your wardrobe you could never live without?

Lace camis for layering

What is your favorite cut of jeans?

I still like the flare, which is dated but it fits my body the best.

What is your ideal winter coat?

I hate coats! Unless it's ten degrees below zero, I layer clothes instead.

What is your favorite kind of dress?

I also hate dresses!

What is your favorite type of footwear?

Flip flops

Money is no object, who is your favorite luxury fashion brand?

Betsey Johnson

5 adjectives to describe your style and wardrobe?

Simple, comfortable, neutral, off-trend, and grayscale. It makes no sense that I like Betsey Johnson! My personality is loud and I don't like my wardrobe to take attention off of it.



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