Interview with Felipe Mourao

. November 26, 2013.
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How do you describe your personal style?

I would describe my style as more of an athlete style. I wear a lot of running shoes and sweatpants whenever I go to a friends house or the gym.

How do you put your look together?

I always think about my shoes first. If the outfit doesn’t go with the shoes I want to wear that day I usually change to an outfit that does.

What is the most important accessory to complements your look?

The most important accessory that compliments my look are my earrings.

Who or what influences your style?

The person that most influences my style is Cristiano Ronaldo. Cristiano Ronaldo is a soccer player for Real Madrid and an underwear model for Calvin Klein.

What places in ann arbor do you like to shop, especially locally-owned places?

My favorite place to go shopping for clothes is Motivation Boutique. I also really like to shop at Hollister, Abercrombie, and Armani.

How do you mix and match colors?

I usually use a shirt that matches the shoes I’m wearing.

How many times can you wear the same outfit in a month without anybody noticing?

I can wear the same outfit about 3 times a month without anyone noticing.

Are original jeans skinnier than straight leg jeans?

I like to wear tighter jeans when I wear boots and when I wear normal shoes I like to wear straight jeans.

How do you carry your things (wallet + glasses + keys…) when you go to dinnertheatreexhibition etc?

I don’t usually carry keys or glasses around, but I always have my wallet with me and I usually put it in my back pocket.

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