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Cait Gordon is a graduate of The Fashion Institute of Design in Merchandising in Los Angeles, California, with a degree in Merchandise Marketing.  Although she has since relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, she still enjoys writing, editing, and blogging about fashion.

Cait is the Street Style Feature Editor at College Fashion for the Looks On Campus series.  She also enjoys being the resident Would You Wear? and Outfits Under $100 columnist.

She adores her handsome dog Sam, trivia, country music, American History, running, lipstick and painted nails, old movies, high high high heels, politics and international affairs, reading, vegetarianism, psychology, and playing dress up (of course!).


Want to get ahold of me? Feel free to email me at Caitlyn AT, tweet me @superfoxcait, and be sure to check out my Pinterest page too!

All posts by Caitlyn

Outfits Under $100: Halloween Costumes You Can Wear to Class

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Photo Credit Temperatures have taken a nosedive and pumpkins are decorating stoops, which can only mean one thing: Halloween is just around the corner. This year, Halloween falls on a Friday, which is equal parts fantastic and tricky. You likely have parties and events to attend, yet you still have to go to school and […]




Would You Wear… a Cropped Sweater?



Photo Credit: 1. Nasty Gal, 2. Kendall Jenner via Pacific Coast News, 3. Urban Outfitters At this point, fashion has thrown us a variety of cropped styles. Cropped jeans, cropped tees, and cropped jackets have all had their moments, so it should come as no surprise that now we are seeing cropped sweaters everywhere. This trend […]



Would You Wear… Literal Animal Prints?



Photo Credit: 1. Dolce & Gabbana F/W ’14 via ELLE, 2. Urban Outfitters, 3. Alberta Ferretti F/W ’14 via ELLE You’ve probably got a closet full of cheetah print and leopard accents, but this fall, full-blown animal prints are everywhere. This time we are talking about silhouettes or images of an animal, instead of prints imitating their […]