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Fashion and Television

Annie Edison, portrayed by Alison Brie, is innocent, straight laced, and uptight, but that is only how she entered Greendale Community College. What makes Annie interesting is her backstory. While in high school she became addicted to Adderall. This induced a nervous breakdown. She is now putting her life back together. Annie is the voice of reason in the study group. She is overly caring and always tries to make people – Jeff – to do the right thing. Annie sees the best in people and as she gets older begins to see her full potential and learns how her past will help her in the future.

During the first season she dresses innocently, more demure and conservative. Her staples are neutral and darker colours, cardigans and cute dresses. Her style is based around her personality. Annie uses cute prints, and likes to match her shirts, cardigans and shoes. As the seasons progress she experiments with her look. Annie wants to appear older and more mature and her style reflects that.

Annie - Spanish 101
Annie’s beige pants and cardigans represent her new conservative, straight laced values. Adding a pop of colour – the red – helps her stay youthful. Even though her shirt is also neutral, the print helps to keep it interesting. While still demure, Annie does like to keep her style interesting.
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Even when supporting a good cause, Annie keeps within her signature style. Instead of just throwing on a pair of jeans with her t-shirt, she uses a neutral skirt and pops of unexpected colour. This keeps her look feminine, while still adding the whimsy with the Michael Jackson shirt.
Annie - Intro to Film
This last look showcases Annie’s classic look. She uses a neutral or print dress with feminine features and adds a pop of colour. The bright cardigan keeps her look youthful. Annie also likes to add beautiful, unique necklaces that adds a little more to her look.

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