This or That Fashion
By: Stella Strickland & Maya Afif
This or that: Crop tops vs Oversized shirts
Maya: Oversized shirt
To me, oversized shirts are way more comfortable and can go with almost anything. For example, you can pair an oversized shirt with jeans, leggings, and sweatpants.
Stella: Crop tops
I like wearing crop tops with a baggy zip-up hoodie over them. I like the combination of an oversized sweatshirt and a tight shirt.
This or That: Leggings vs Sweatpants
Personally, I think leggings go better with things than sweatpants. They might be a little tight, but they are simple and I wear them pretty much every day.
I chose sweatpants because I like the different styles and the different ways to style them. I also think that sweatpants look better with a lot of sneakers rather than leggings.
This or That: Skinny jeans vs Mom jeans
Maya: Mom jeans
I do not have many skinny jeans, but I do have a lot of mom jeans. They add more style to outfits in my opinion and are not as tight like skinny jeans.
Stella: Mom jeans
I own more mom jeans than skinny jeans and I think mom jeans match more outfits.
This or That: Nike vs Converse (Shoes)
Though I own converse as well, I like Nike more. The Nike shoes I own are more comfortable than converse. Shoes such as my Airmaxes might not go with a lot, but they still are one of the pairs I own.
I am always looking for new releases on Nike, so naturally, I chose Nike as my favorite shoe brand. I own Air Forces, Dunks and Jordan’s, so it’s obvious why I chose Nike.
This or That: Necklaces vs Bracelets
I do not wear much jewelry, but if I had to choose between necklaces and bracelets, I would choose bracelets. If I am being honest, I do not think I look very good in necklaces. However, I think bracelets are cute and there are always so many different options to choose from at the store.
I wear jewelry all the time so this was a hard decision. I wear bracelets all the time and do not take some of them off. I also wear necklaces constantly which I almost never take off, so I had to choose both.