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Project Makeover:Part Two

Angela Richart

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Once I had gotten the hang of tanning, it was time to start the next step of the makeover process: clothes. For this venture we turned to 318 On The Avenue, a fashion boutique in downtown Norfolk. The staff was very friendly and helpful in finding us great outfits to wear for business casual or for a night out. I was given a lot of great advice about what goes together and how to wear certain items.

It was actually kind of fun to be a human Barbie and have them play dress up with me. There were so many things to try on and model for the cameras, but we all had a good time. The following video, shot by photographer Seth Johansen and edited by Liz Cornett, was the result of our day’s shopping and the wonderful experience I had inside their beautiful store.

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Angela Richart, Editor-in-Chief
Staff Job Title: Editor-in-Chief—- Major: Mass Communications Hometown: Oakdale, NE About: I graduated from Elgin Public High School and this is my second year here at Northeast. I’m very excited to be “The Boss”  in charge of The Viewpoint. I love reading, writing and jamming out to almost every genre of music there is, from...
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Project Makeover:Part Two