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101 Outfits of Mrs. Jafari


Fashion is an art form, and your wardrobe is the canvas. Understanding style is the first step to figuring out a wardrobe that’s authentic to who someone is, whether that is throwing on a bold color into an outfit at the last minute or putting on a new pair of shoes. It’s a way to convey your personality without having to use words. If Hazelwood West High School were to give out awards for the best-dressed principal, everyone knows who it would be…the 11th-grade principal, Mrs. Jafari. 

Jafari isn’t a big shopping person; she states that she tries to do one big shopping trip and get all the necessities she needs to put an outfit together. Jafari mentions that you don’t always need key pieces when you go out shopping, you just need the building blocks for the outfits.

“I don’t look for matching sets, I tend to try to mix and match with the items I do find,” Jafari said. 

With Jafari’s knowledge of fashion, she can not only piece together herself with her clothes, but also piece together student personality traits from outfits such as looking more clean might mean the student is more organized. This being said, Jafari has a deep appreciation for student expression through fashion. 

“Student fashion is unique, I love looking at how they pull outfits together.” Jafari said. 

Incorporating culture is important to Jafari and she is proud of where she is from so she always tries to wear a piece of jewelry whether it’s a gold earring, bracelet, or even a necklace. Jafari will always have an aspect of gold in her outfits as a reminder of her identity no matter what the piece of jewelry it is.

Confidence is the key to everything. Not all outfits people will like, so it is important to be confident in what is being put out. Jafari claims that she loves pulling an outfit together with a bold color. And a matter of fact, her favorite bold color is pink.

“My mood doesn’t affect my outfit choices; my outfits affect my mood. On a Friday I tend to lean towards a more chill outfit than a skirt with a blazer or something like that,” Jafari said. 

Mrs. Jafari is a person you can look forward to seeing every day whether it’s her outfits you are trying to see or if it’s her bright personality. 


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