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Style stalking Jordan Hewitt 

Student Jordan Hewitt may be majoring in International Studies, but there's no doubt she has already graduated from the school of style. The fashionable travel aficionado has graced too many countries to count, always outfitted in a first-class ensemble. Hewitt's love of culture and creativity is constantly inspiring new trends and looks. When quizzed on her style philosophy, Hewitt says she "likes to buy pieces that are reminiscent of certain themes, like tribal or pinup, and mix them with more subtle pieces, like a lace top or cardigan." Into the mix she throws in feminine, "dainty" pieces with "slightly boyish or rougher looking pieces." The final draft results in an A-plus outfit, worthy of the "Best Dressed" superlative.

Shirt: Gap — "Their T-shirts are so soft."

Skirt: H&M — "I love H&M, they always have so many different pieces in different styles to choose from."

Shoes: Urban Outfitters — "These are some of my favorite shoes; they can be dressed down even though they're wedges. Urban has a lot of really cute shoes. I like their wedges and boots best."

Necklace: Madewell — "This store has the best jewelry for layering. The more you have, the better it looks."0x000A

Hat: Target — "I've been looking for a floppy hat for a while and finally found this one. I like it because it's not too big and not too floppy."

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