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30 Days of Style: Stephanie Huang

Fashion class is in session as this month's fashion blogger shows us how to sport stylish looks for school. Check back daily for fun and cute #ootd inspo this June.
PHOTOS Stephanie Huang

It's time to go back to school and if you're dreading having to wake up early again, do homework, and constantly study, this month's Days of Style blogger will surely give you a reason to be happy about saying goodbye to summer. Stephanie Huang, resident blogger of High Stitched Voice, is showing us all month of May how to give everyday school looks an uber stylish twist. So if you'll be needing extra style tips for your back-to-school wardrobe, bookmark this page, grab your noteback and start taking notes because fashion class is now in session! 

Make sure to check back daily and click on that gallery to see her outfits all month long! Which look is your favorite? Just tweet us @candymagdotcom or leave a comment below! 

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Erin Torrejon
Former Associate Fashion and Beauty Editor
Resident fashion and beauty girl. I’m a health-nut who devotes cheat days to french fries and other glorious carbs. I live at the beach and I can talk about movies, music,  clothes, and my current beauty obsessions for hours on end. 
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