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Guys, guess what… I’ve decided that I’m going to be having a mini-series within my CLASS OF 2019 posts, over the next couple of weeks. I’ll be bringing you, a few of my friends who will be graduating in 2019 with me (or 2020). They’re all based in the Business School, many study the same degree or very similar ones. I absolutely love their personal styles and signature looks, it reminds me of how unique we all are. There’s something which suits and works with all of our different personalities! That’s actually such a beautiful thing… I hope through this mini-series, I can show you other uni students styles and a share some tips from them all. I hope you enjoy this; I’ve had so much fun putting this series together.

First off is an individual who means so much to me, my Moroccan queen Yasmine. We met last year at a society event, where we sat right next to each other, and immediately clicked straight away over our similar career goals and love for fashion.

Yasmine is honestly one of a kind! We can literally talk for ages, with tears of laughter rolling down both our faces. I admire her incredible work ethic, the ability she has to balance a number of responsibilities whilst being the Chair of the Warwick Business School Student – Staff Liaison Committee and still always making time for those close to her heart. She’s been an amazing support in both good and hard times, always reminds me to keep pushing forward and just never stopping! I honestly just can’t wait to see all she’s going to go on and achieve very soon.

I love how Yasmine rocks monochrome, and dark shades. She has a busy schedule and still manages to put together outfits that are just so effectively and super chic.

I would say for my busy individuals out there, I always say just start with the dark shades to build your wardrobe! It’s classy, doesn’t really require much effort and always works.

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My outfit: Jumper: H&M | Shoes: Similar | Pinafore: Similar (Believe I got the pinafore & shoes for £7 each! They’re both from really random shops, I find when I’m out on my adventures)

Yasmine’s Outfit: Jeans: Hollister | Boots: ASOS | Top: Zara | Jacket: Her mum’s


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 ‘Master the basic pieces – ever woman should own must-haves in her closet and style them accordingly by adding a pop of colour whether it is a cross body bag or a colourful scarf’ 

Yasmine Alaoui, 19, Management Student.





  1. February 12, 2018 / 12:35 pm

    Yes – love the concept of this series! Lovely outfits. Looking forward to more posts x

    • thesisterwardrobe
      March 18, 2018 / 5:04 pm

      Thank you so much!

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