House of Watha T: Meet Sherry
House of Watha T Street Fashion is an experimental collection of patron street fashion at the Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Neighborhood Library. It is devoted to photographically documenting the sartorial narratives of patrons who visit the library. Please contact My Nguyen at email@example.com for more information.
Eighth-grader Sherry is a Watha T. Daniel/Shaw patron who brightens its stacks with her unique, bohemian flair for fashion. Toughening girly basics such as leggings and flats with a distressed army-green jacket, Sherry knows that by mixing it up, she channels what she calls the "unique" and "crazy" fashion ethos of her revered style icons, Nikki Minaj and Rihanna. Her trademark is the charming, fashion-forward headscarf she dons with confidence. Read more about her after the jump.
Jacket: Children’s Place
Shirt: Old Navy
Leggings: Last Stop
Headscarf: Borrowed from cousin
Fashion inspirations/style icons:
Lady Gaga, Rihanna ("I like her hair and her crazy style," she explains. "They’re different, [they don't do] the same old styles that everyone else tries to follow." She adds that she also likes Nikki Minaj and Beyonce because "they’re stepping a little bit out of the box.”
Best thing about being in the eighth grade:
I’m getting ready to move on to high school!
The Harry Potter series
Check out more House of Watha T profiles in fashion:
Precious | Natasha | Renaiya
-- Story and photography by My Nguyen