Cringe-worthy yet comical, the baby voice phenomenon affects, or rather afflicts, more women than we care to admit or even notice.
After receiving constant press coverage on her intense preparation for the role of Fantine, high critical praise the recent weeks since les Miserable’s release, and a Golden Globe for best supporting actress, Anne Hathaway is generating a lot of Oscar bu—oh I’m sorry, I misspoke. I meant to say hatred.
An intimidating hybrid of the thigh high stocking and knee high sock, the over-the-knee sock has always beleaguered me; I never knew whether to wear it with garters...or a plaid skirt? However, recently the trend has proven its practicality and popularity (just scroll through Pinterest).
The good news is that by manipulating fabrics, patterns and textures, you can find cheaper and less formal ways to try the trends. I'll show you how to incorporate Dolce & Gabbana's, Balmain's and Gucci’s killer collections into your own winter wardrobe in practical, affordable ways.
Every time I hear a girl say something along the lines of “ I just get along better with guys” or “girls are just too much drama,” I suppress an exorcist-level eye roll.
As girls, our standards actually seem to lower once we enter college. In fact, many of my friends have followed through with a hookup despite the presence of a definite deal breaker (I have not of course, because I am perfect and never make mistakes). Enough is enough. Some things are just plain unacceptable and need to be addressed.
Ever since we were little we’ve been told not to judge people by what they wear. But doesn’t a night when you can be anything and anyone call for an exception to that rule? Doesn’t it make sense that what you choose to be on Halloween, out of the infinite options, says something about you? I think it does.
Freshman girls. Two words uttered with excitement by upperclassmen guys, but uttered with disdain accompanied with scoffs and eye rolls by upperclassmen girls. These perceived interlopers consistently dampened discussions I had with many of my friends around our upcoming sophomore year. Sound a little off to you?