French Assignment Clothes Descriptive St Peters Lutheran College

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G.E.N.S A.F Theme: Out of Our comfort Zones

Sera: Is wearing black leather pants, a pink and beige shirt, a black scarf, black sunglasses, a bronze necklace, black sandals. (Dressed by Grace)

Sera porte un pantalon étroit noir en cuir, avec un t-shirt rose et beige en coton. Elle porte aussi un voile noir, les lunettes de soleil noirs et un collier en bronze avec un pendatif d’ailes d’ange. Elle a des sandales noires sur les pieds. C’est un style très chic et urbain!

Grace: Is wearing Skinny ripped jeans, plain white shirt, white socks, black shoes, army green bomber jacket and an army green cap. (Dressed by Sera)

Et maintenant, nous avons le prochain mannequin, Grace, qui porte un ensemble très chic et moderne. Elle porte un jean étroit avec un t-shirt blanc en coton. Elle a des chaussettes blanches et chaussures blanches et noires sur les pieds. Elle porte aussi un blouson d’armée vert et une casquette verte.

Naomi: Is wearing a red shirt, a black jacket, black jeans, a black belt and a black bracelet (Dressed by Ella)

Le prochain mannequin ce soir c’est Naomi, qui porte un ensemble gothique, mais aussi professionnel. Elle porte un t-shirt rouge, une veste noire en jean, un jean noir, une ceinture noire en cuir et un bracelet noir et en or.

Ella: is wearing a blue shirt made of cotton, with black polyester leggings. She’s also wearing an opal necklace with a silver chain and a butterfly bracelet. She is wearing silver flats. She is wearing a black, leather shoulder bag. (Dressed by Naomi)

Le prochain mannequin ce soir c’est Ella, qui porte en ensemble très unique et cool. Elle porte un t-shirt bleu en coton, avec un caleçon noir en polyester. Elle porte aussi un collier d’opale avec une chaîne en argent et un bracelet à papillon. Elle a des chaussures plates en argent sur les pieds. Elle a un sac bandoulière noir en cuir.

Fesiliala: is wearing mid length black leggings with a black shirt, a grey jumper with a black jacket over it, blue thongs & studs. (Dressed by Aimee)

Maintenant, nous avons le prochain mannequin, Fesiliala, qui porte un ensemble moderne et sport. Elle porte un un caleçon à mi-longueur noir avec un t-shirt noir. Elle porte aussi une veste noire et des boucles d’oreilles dormeuse en perle. Elle a des lanières bleu sur les pieds.

Aimee: is wearing a grey skirt, an army green adidas shirt with a blue...

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