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Style Scout: Holly Cierra-Jewelle Johnston

February 26, 2015

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Name: Holly Cierra-Jewelle Johnston

Age: 21

Clothing details: Shoes, $4.99, Salvation Army; knee-highs, gift from grandmother; stockings, $5, Target; dress, $3, Salvation Army; turtleneck, $5, Salvation Army; Dockers jacket, $12, Arizona Trading Co.

Clothing details: Shoes, $4.99, Salvation Army; knee-highs, gift from grandmother; stockings, $5, Target; dress, $3, Salvation Army; turtleneck, $5, Salvation Army; Dockers jacket, $12, Arizona Trading Co.

Hometown: Lawrence

Relationship status: I have a boyfriend.

Occupation: I’m currently a student.

Dream job: I really want to be an anthropologist.

What were you doing when scouted? I was buying my boyfriend a (Nintendo) 3DS.

Describe your style: Generally speaking, I’d have to say I’m grandma chic.

Fashion trends you love: I really like loose-fitting clothes that are really comfortable but still stylish.

Fashion trends you hate: I’m not big on wearing pajama pants in public as well as graphic tees and fedora combinations.

Fashion influences: I’m really influenced by my friends, a lot of people in Lawrence as well as the Internet and television. I just pick up what I see and just put it together.

What would you like to see more or less of in Lawrence? More people wearing fur to make it more of the norm in Lawrence like it is in Europe. Less poor drivers on the road. I have really bad road rage.

Tattoos or piercings: I have five tattoos. My favorite? I have a lotus flower on my back. It was my first one so it’s the most dearest to me.

Whom do people say you look like? Molly Ringwald but I don’t see a resemblance.

What type of music do you like? It depends on my mood, but lately I’ve been into a lot of chill-wave electronic music and early 2000s hip-hop, too.

Tell us a secret: When I was in New York, I met R. Kelly, and he kissed me in a Barnes and Nobles!

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