1. The Folk Rocker
Crop tops, tight pants, aviators, and facial hair take this look from garage session to main stage. Trendy before the word “hipster” surfaced, Will gives the well-dressed members of Mumford & Sons a run for their money. Bonus points if you accessorize with your own cowbell.
3. The Spirit Leader
The next time you head to a school event, show your spirit by wearing your school colors. A solid color pant pairs perfectly with a school sweatshirt. If you really want to be like Will, bust out those choreographed dance moves and cheer to your heart’s content. Who’s got spirit? How ‘bout you!
5. The Job Seeker
If you’re looking for a job, you know the importance of dressing well for the interview. But why wear a boring pant suit when you can wear a tux? Employers will be so impressed, they’ll have to hire you (unless, of course, you make fart jokes during the interview).
10. The Skinny Jean
Skinnies are such a versatile wardrobe staple. Their slim fit emphasizes your confidence - and your thighs and man-bits - and pairs with almost anything. Throw on a pair of heels or slick kicks and you’re ready to take on both the grocery store and a concert.
13. The Award-Winner
Sure, you can show up to an award ceremony dressed in expensive brands, but why leave any questions unanswered about how much you spent? Wear your money on your sleeve - and the rest of your body - and show people just how high-profile you really are.
16. The Janet Reno
Want to look Attorney General chic? Follow Will’s lead and imitate Janet Reno. The matching skirt and blazer combination paired with delicate pearls say that you’re professional, feminine, and a no-bullshit, hard worker. Lean in and assert yourself!
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