The Avenue | Fashion
Imani Selvon is a 20-year-old UF dance sophomore. Her usual outfits for school consist of a T-shirt with leggings because she is a dance major. Don’t let her casual look fool you, she is completely dedicated to fashion in her spare time. She is constantly getting inspired by magazines, TV shows and Instagram. Selvon likes to DIY her own clothing sometimes too.
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