Name: Rosalie List
Date: Dec. 5
Where to Find the Look: Belk and JCPenney
Trademark: "My trademark would have to be headbands. I have many different types and colors and I think it adds some style to the dress code."
What Appealed to Me: When you are sitting down with a bunch of girlfriends, are they wearing just a shirt and pair of pants? NO! Girls young and old thrive on their accessories, and Rosalie List can be distinguished by her multitude of embellishments. Ranging from scarves to headbands to footwear, List can pull off just about anything when dressing up the dress code.
"One of my favorite accessories of hers is probably her long, multi-colored
scarf," said Natalie List ('17), Rosie List's younger sister. "It's very subtle and can look good with almost any solid color shirt! I wear it whenever I get a chance!"
The majority of women have a set style whether it is preppy or more casual and laid back. List can bring both fashion trends to her pallet. Her Ked's and casual attire set the tone for a more relaxing day whereas her tall boots from JCPenny matched with a red, formfitting Patagonia jacket resemble the essence of a school day.
"I usually wear what I think looks best or what is most comfortable," List said. "If one of my friends comes to school in something new and cute, I'll usually try it out for myself."
No matter what nifty accessories List shows off, she has always been known for her diversity of headbands, especially since the installation of the new dress code.
"[I bought] some of my favorites at the Stocked Market, which was at the Roanoke Civic Center a few weeks ago, or at stores in the mall," List said.
Her low tariff and fashionable doodads leave her piers ewing and awing as well.
"It amazes me the great boots she finds at such affordable prices," Evans Schmedje ('14) said. "If only I could go shopping with Rosie!"