Style Scout: Katelyn Gilland

Clothing details: Coat, Forever 21, $30-40; sweatshirt, bought in Florence, Italy; jeans, Forever 21, $10; shoes, Christmas gift; bag, Amazon, $40

Clothing details: Coat, Forever 21, $30-40; sweatshirt, bought in Florence, Italy; jeans, Forever 21, $10; shoes, Christmas gift; bag, Amazon, $40

Clothing details: Coat, Forever 21, $30-40; sweatshirt, bought in Florence, Italy; jeans, Forever 21, $10; shoes, Christmas gift; bag, Amazon, $40

Clothing details: Coat, Forever 21, $30-40; sweatshirt, bought in Florence, Italy; jeans, Forever 21, $10; shoes, Christmas gift; bag, Amazon, $40

Name: Katelyn Gilland

Age: 19

Relationship status: Single

Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.

Time in Lawrence: Just visiting for the day

Occupation: I work at a restaurant.

Dream job: Illustrator

What were you doing when scouted? Paying for parking.

Describe your style: Hip and comfy; and I think I aspire to be more punk, but I just can't.

Fashion trends you love: Glasses aren't a fashion trend, but I like glasses. I think glasses are cool. And I like piercings — is that a trend? And sweaters; that's about it.

Fashion trends you hate: Sparkly things. Don't like the sparkles.

Fashion influences: I think I have some stylish friends. I think that's a part of why I dress the way I do. I feel like there's a lot of celebrities that I like, but I don't think I dress the same as them.

What are your favorite and least favorite things about Lawrence? I guess I don't really know much about Lawrence. I think (Massachusetts Street) is cute; there's nice little restaurants, second-hand stores, stuff like that. (I dislike) paying the tolls.

Tattoos or piercings: Five on left ear, two on right; nose piercing

What’s your spirit animal? I like bears … I don't know. I like them, that's why. Bears are my favorite.

Whom do people say you look like? When my hair was shorter, I think the only thing I got was Molly Ringwald. I had short hair and people said I looked like her in "Sixteen Candles." And when I had a pixie cut, people said Ellen Page.

Tell us a secret: A second-grader punched me in the face when I was in third grade; that's not a secret, that's just something that happened to me. But it's kind of funny.

Comments

Jean Robart 4 years, 8 months ago

I'd like to know where she got her glasses. Where I live this kind of frame isn't available.

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