For today’s installment of YOUR WEEKLY FIX: Style advice from a beautiful woman, we are proud to feature Dallas, Texas native and model, Cassidy Gray.
For Cassidy, modeling started at a young age through baby pageants (which, according to Cassidy, didn’t interest her at all) and then later she moved on to print work, commercials, representing brands as a spokesmodel and other modeling gigs.
She eventually moved to California to attend school for a couple of years and majored in Public Relations but later skipped across to the other side of the U.S. eventually landing in Florida.
For Cassidy, moving across the country wasn’t a big deal – “Let’s just say I’m not scared of change.”
As for 2015, her career has already started with a huge bang – “I have been up to my knees in work which is sooo exciting! I have been working a ton with Monster Energy events such as PBR, Winter X Games, Supercross, Arenacross, music festivals, NASCAR and more! I also just shot with Miller Light & NASCAR for the Daytona 500 races which I am beyond thrilled about!! This year has been way too good to me so far and I cannot wait to see what other things are in the works for the year ahead!”
Here’s Cassidy’s style advice for our readers:
When it comes to guy’s style I definitely go for something more laid back and clean cut.
That being said, I am into plain shirts without crazy logos.
I think simplicity is key! You can always do more with a solid color top when you pair it with different kinds of pants or a cool jacket.
I love when guys get fun with their pants – haha! – meaning fun colors! But not too bright. I love dark maroon, olive green, grey or even black.
I am also totally not opposed to a nice suit every now and then!
I think it’s so sexy when a guy cares about how he dresses but doesn’t look like he tries to hard to look that way.
To keep up with Cassidy Gray, you can check out her Instagram account at http://instagram.com/cassidygray, her Twitter account at https://twitter.com/cassidygray and her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/cassidygray.