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About Caitlyn

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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!).

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

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Holiday Party SOS: How to Put Together a Festive Outfit

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Photo Credit There’s nothing like a holiday party to add to the stress level of the season. Figuring out what to wear, how conservative to dress at your office party, or how much glitter is too much glitter can be challenging. When you add final exams, gift shopping, and travel to the mix, anxiety around this […]

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Outfits Under $100: What to Wear on Winter Break

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Photo Credit ‘Tis the season to be done with finals and knee-deep into winter break. For most of us, it involves heading home for the holidays. This time of year presents a variety of tricky dressing situations. We are here to help, so don’t fret! Since this time of year brings a plethora of extra expenses, […]

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Would You Wear… Loafer Pumps?

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Photo Credit: 1. Mary Katrantzou F/W ’14 via ELLE, 2. The Corner, 3. Net-a-Porter The laid-back and casual loafer has now been elevated. Fashionistas around the globe are slipping on this shoe, which consists of a classic style with some added height. You may be having flashbacks to the terribly clunky loafer styles with thick […]

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