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MC Style Stalker
Kelsey Suther and Ban! Taunque
Emily Pappas, 22, business administration
with a pre-law concentration
Style icons: Olivia Palermo, Blair Warldorf, and
Guilty pleasure: raspberry sparkletinis, cheese and
a good book.
Current favorite song: Wetsuit, by the Vaccines
Emily Pappas’ fashion advice: Dress for your size
and shape and always follow the golden rule of fash
ion: color, texture, pattern and shine.
What I’m wearing: Blouse- Old Navy, jeans-Loft,
shoes- Aldo, watch-Michael Kors, bag- Dooney and
Bourke, jewelry- anthropologie and Betsey Johnson
Keierra Hudson, 20, fashion merchandising
How would you describe your style? Casual
chic. I love taking casual peices and finding ways to
dress them up.
Current Favorite Artist: Nicki Minaj
Last book you read: The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
If your room were on fire, what’s the first
thing you would grab? My blackberry.
Current Obsession: Black and white, color block
ing, looking at cool Tumblrs
Where she would like to travel: London
Wearing: Cardigan-Rave, Scarf-Dots, Skirt-Forever
Ashley Bekers, 22, French and international
Current obsession: The show “RuPaul’s drag race.”
What is your “theme” for this outfit? Goth Queen
Fashion faux pas: Flip flops and sunglasses in the
Last movie you saw that you loved: Polyester
On my bucket list: I want a burlesque show of my
What I’m wearing: Blazer- Bershka, romper- Venus,
arm socks- Priscilla’s, tights- Target, necklace- made by
Last summer, I began dating a new guy named AJ. He was so sweet, a real gentleman and not quite like any guy I have ever dated before. We were in love, and
he proposed to me back in September. My former best friend, Staci, began dating AJ’s cousin, TJ, around that time. Things were going well between TJ and
Stfci df so I thought. Last week on Valentine’s Day, AJ told me that he had met someone else, someone else who he wanted to spend the rest of his life with,
' ®nd couldn’t lead me on any longer. Through that other person, I found out that AJ had fallen for Staci. And through Staci’s former beau TJ, I found out that
kJ had spent New Year’s Eve with Staci and were secretly seeing each other since then. Tears are pouring out of my eyes at this very moment. I literally just
bund out that Staci and AJ are engaged. I am fuming with anger, and I abhor Staci. I will NEVER forgive her for the betrayal and the hurt she has done to me.
Tiat is your recipe for getting revenge on both Staci and AJ?
igned. Seeking revenge
Dear seeking revenge,
Oooooh girl— reading this makes me miss watching my soap opera, All My Children. I can feel your anger and fury with both Staci and AJ, and I don’t blame
you. You have been hurt and betrayed by the two people you have loved most. What hurts you the most is that they broke your trust. You of all people know
that trust is not something you give out; it is earned and they may never earn your trust again. Let me ask you something: what purpose will revenge serve
you? Is it to make you feel better? Is it to hurt both of them? Is it going to last long enough for you to make you feel good about yourself for the rest of your
life? These are things you need to think about. Let me reassure you, you will love again, you are capable of being loved and you are worthy of being loved. No
guy and no best friend can ever take that away from you, and you shouldn’t let them make you feel that way. Revenge does not need to come in the form of an
attack on those two. You asked for my recipe for rev'enge. And I quote an actor from a movie that I can’t remember the name of: “Revenge is a dish best served
cold.” I would serve it to them ice cold by moving on, focusing on other important things and doing things that make me happy.
XXX, Gigi _
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