JT NEAL
Runway|Spring 2020
Tell us about your personal style.

I have always been into vintage styles, so in my every day life I wear vintage rock shirts, jackets, stuff like that! If I have to dress up I like to pull vintage pieces to pair with modern pieces to elevate the look a little bit, and infuse my own style!

Which designers do you wear for red carpet?

I don’t really have specific designers that I go to. I’m really lucky to have a wonderful stylist who has a great eye. It’s less about the designer for me and more about how I feel in the outfit. If it makes me feel good, I wear it!

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