Style Guru Bio: Danielle Gorshein

Shalom! That’s Hebrew for “Hello!” I was born in Tel Aviv, and moved to the States as a child. Ever since, my style has been heavily influenced by the laid-back culture of the Mediterranean. I’m not saying that I float around in linen pants and bikini tops, but my wardrobe is defined by airy, cotton pieces. I love to be comfortable, and my favorite feeling is when the wind whips through my maxi skirts or fills the empty space in my oversized tees.

You could also say that I’ve been inspired by my mother, who knows the Eileen Fisher clothing collection like the back of her hand. My mom proves that, to feel feminine, you don’t have to wear skin-tight, itchy clothing. She is a believer of the flattering forces of breezy and delicate pieces.

I like to think of my hair as my best accessory: an energetic and sunny extension of my personality. Usually, I sport fluffy bedhead. When I want to feel sleek, though, there’s nothing more powerful than a topknot and a pair of statement earrings. If you think about it, your hair is the only piece you’re left wearing at the end of the day, so embrace it!

Call me a CoverGirl, but I believe that easy and breezy are beautiful. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that this mantra is reflected in my posts during my time at College Fashionista.

So, step out of your polyester, let your hair down and feel good! I’m so excited to get to know you.

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