Now is probably the best time to snatch up winter goodies for the low.
Spring is just around the corner, and just because it’s too cold for me to break out my cute little dresses right now, it’s just the right time for me to start thinking about spring-appropriate beauty products. So join me, won’t you?
The slogans on these cute sweatshirts say, "I am over you, human," all the while looking cute and chic.
I’ve been to more job interviews than I can count, and I think I sort of have the makeup part of it down (the answer to the ‘where do you see yourself in five years?’ question..not so much.)
One of the great joys of college is having a female roomie who is into a good closet swap now and then. Living with someone also presents challenges though, and borrowing clothes ranks up there with not washing your dishes and not knocking before entering the bathroom as causes for roomie drama.
What were we ever thinking?
If you’re going to try the trend – and maybe you should – here’s some advice from someone who has worn leather sweats and lived to tell about it.
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Red lipstick is amazing. It looks good on everyone. It is classic, ladylike, sophisticated and bold. But damn, it's hard to apply sometimes.
Sure, sometimes you just want to roll out of bed and run out the door, but other times you want to wear those glasses out to a bar and feel really nerdy chic in them. So how do you apply makeup when you decide to do this?
I’ve become a big fan of juxtaposition, so I really find myself liking pieces that blend a little bit of edge with a floral print. And taking a super feminine floral print dress and pairing it with combat boots? I don’t hate it.
For those of y'all trying to sneak in a pop of color without looking like a cucumber or head of lettuce, nails are the easiest way to add that Paddy's pizazz without going hardcore.
Knowing when to save and when to splurge takes practice. Here are my most JEAN-ius tips on how to get it right when it comes to denim.
Tell ‘em that it’s Lulu Frost or Anthropologie. No one will know the difference except for us. ;)
Look, I have nothing against calendar couture (that means dressing up in the spirit of a holiday), but I do think there’s a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it.
’ve figured out a few tips and tricks regarding which products to bring with me on trips, to work, out at night -- you get the picture. It’s a work in progress, but I think I know a thing or two about what to consolidate into your travel makeup kit, and I’ll share some tips with you here.
MAC lipsticks definitely have a lot going for them. What’s not so great about them though? The price point, for one thing. They aren’t wildly expensive, but they’re not exactly college-girl-cheap.
I spent most of my high school and college years snatching up every crazy pair of brightly colored cheapie heels I could find. Where did that leave me? Hopping down a street on one foot because the bright green heels of my colorblock sandals just plain fell off.
Unlike the Kardashians some stars who pile on an unrealistic amount of product, Taylor keeps it simple and (relatively) easy to emulate.
My mom told me you weren’t good for me. She said you were overwhelming and intense and she predicted I would get tired of you, so I left you on the shelf and I went about my day – but not before I tried on one of your shades.
You can dabble in fast, affordable fashion but if you top it off with a black blazer that fits your body well, you’ll look like a million bucks. Seriously, I’ve seen the magic this thing can work.
Her gowns always fit her impeccably, she’s always event-appropriate, and she does something I find extremely difficult – she always wears color.
I visited Drybar back in October and let me tell you, if there was a location nearby, I would be in there all too often. The experience itself was luxurious, but what really stuck with me was the products.
If you plan on taking a classic collegiate SB trip – which generally includes beach, booze, boys and burns (I’m talking about sunburns, I just didn’t want to ruin the alliteration), you’ll need to pack carefully.
There are a few items that every college girl seems to love, but trust me when I say that you’ll regret having bought all of them immediately after graduation.