Lois Lane is a total legend, we all know it. She’s a darn good reporter, not afraid of getting herself into trouble to save someone else or uncover the truth and she always looks so good while she does it!
Gwenda Bond is the superstar behind ‘Double Down’, the second instalment of Lois’s high school adventures and she shares a few of Lois’ fashion essentials.
Lois Lane is a pop culture icon, of course — but she’s also always been something of a style icon reflecting the working woman of various periods. While grown-up Lois doesn’t shy from the occasional daring choice, I picture teen Lois’s style as low-key cool.
She doesn’t want to raise alarm bells anywhere, so she dresses to go wherever her day might take her; from interviews to a little light, justice-motivated office or abandoned building snooping, say.. But she also sends a message that she’s brooking no nonsense.
1. My Lois loves a good T-shirt (who doesn’t?). Maybe this is a present she bought for her friend Maddy and then just kept?
2. And where would any girl reporter be without a trusty leather jacket, hmmm?
“Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” 💭💕 I love this quote because it reminds me that we are always capable of affecting how others feel. I want to make sure that I encourage positivity, love, and happiness in others lives. There’s enough hate already. Let’s spread more ➡️ ❤️️☺️
3. Plus, a set of excellent boots for traversing alleys and city streets in any weather.
4. Lois is never without her messenger bag. Who knows what lurks within its depths?
5. Last but not least, the essential item. A classic reporter’s notebook.
Who’s your fashion icon? Tell us in the comments below.
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