Street Style II: Taylor Cambalisty


Name: Taylor Cambalisty

Position: Paraguay

University: Iona College

Current City: New Rochelle, New York

Committee: World Health Organization

Studies: Finance and International Business

Taylor Cambalisty models one of her comfortable yet professional outfits.

Agence France-Presse caught up with Taylor Cambalisty, a fourth-year college student and Model United Nations veteran. In between regaling our reporters with tales of her varsity volleyball tournaments and traipsing into New York City on free weekends, she took the time to explain her particular sense of delegate style. We loved her take on a modern classic: flowing white blouse, A-line skirt, and nude pumps (with slightly wider heels perfect for jaunts to the DAIS). She paired this outfit with a fitted black blazer that worked just as well over her top as it did draped casually over her shoulders. This chic, minimalist theme extended to her accessories as well: Cambalisty close to pair her clothing choices with a simple, dark necklace and matching decorative ring, both of which channeled the theme of understated elegance that she said was so important when crafting her outfits for this and similar conferences.

“I always try to go professional with a touch of my own style,” Cambalisty explained to Agence France-Presse, “which makes the conference more fun.” In line with this advice, she kindly gave our reporters a number of style tips to work into outfits of their own.  “Colors, styled hair, and personal accessories are three ways to keep in line with any dress code yet still make an outfit your own,” she implored. “My only regret is that I couldn’t wear leather boots today,” Cambalisty added, lamenting the Boston weather.

Cambalisty finished our interview by leaving Agence France-Presse with a simple adage: “When in doubt, go for comfort — you’ll always perform better under pressure when you’re relaxed.”

Cambalisty continues to charm the World Health Organization committee with her style in the Gloucester Ballroom on the fourth floor of the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel.

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