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Fashion Spotlight: David Achter

With so many fashion trends, it has been so hard to decide which one to follow. That was until David Achter entered the scene with his unparalleled knowledge of style and drive to revolutionize the fashion industry. In this aspect, Achter has become a pivotal part of FHS. However, one does not reach this status for nothing.

Achter’s style is centered around “predominantly neutral colors” which he occasionally compliments with “a brighter undershirt.” The standardization of his outfit not only provides greater efficiency but also makes him stand out in a world where high-contrast colors have become overused. Perhaps others could learn from this, limiting bright colors to a small glimpse of an exposed undershirt.

When Achter is seen walking down the hall, his choice of a gray L.L.Bean sweater and khakis is unmistakable. By retaining consistency, he remains instantly recognizable while others blend into the background with their comparatively boring fashion choices. As Achter puts it, “I am an incredible beacon of fashion.”

Achter believes that his style will become “the latest trend,” and he’s “quite certain that this will one day go viral.” The fashion industry needs to brace itself, because there’s no reason he won’t become the next big thing. For the rest of the world, this could be scary, but for Achter it’s nothing new. According to his colleagues, he has remained faithful to these fashion choices by wearing the same thing since 2017.

Students at FHS should be careful, because they may one day find themselves wearing khakis and a gray L.L.Bean sweater every day. With such high prospects for this becoming the next trend, anyone who wants to keep up with the times should start filling their wardrobes with all the gray sweaters and khakis they can get. Achter is pioneering the future, and he will not wait for people who are unwilling to accept his absolute domination of the fashion world.

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Charles Hargrove, Viewpoints Editor
Hi, I’m Charlie, the most average writer ever. I'm a junior, but this is my first year writing for The Falconer as part of journalism I. I run cross country and track, even though I'm not very good. My greatest skill is being kinda good with computers, in fact I built mine myself. My hobbies include academically enriching activities such as YouTube shorts and video games. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to read about me.
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