Cinco de Mayo is a great excuse to drink some tequila, enjoy some sunshine, and slip into a fun dress!
With the holiday season approaching, you're bound to attend at least one party.... And you know what that means: It's time to shop for a party dress! When choosing which dress to buy, remember the following tips...
Summertime wedding fashion is all about having fun -- bright colors and playful patterns fit are perfect for these kind of occasions. And the best part? You don't have to spend a lot to look great at any wedding you attend this summer -- all of these dresses would be perfect for a summer wedding, and they're only $20 or less each!
Around the holidays there are a lot of reasons to dress up, and I'm not talking about putting on anything but sweats (which in college might feel like dressing up). I'm talking up getting all dolled up for a special occasion. Whether you have a sorority formal, a fancy party to go to with the family, or need something special for New Years Eve, now is a good time to start scoping out looks.
We all know that NYE is the most over-hyped, overpriced, overdressed night of the year. While we are stressed figuring out what slutty halloween costume to wear, we also have to stress over where to go 2 months later. I swear every year two things happen: Christmas music and New Year's Eve plans come earlier and earlier. And frankly I'm not a fan of either.
New York & Co. and Express both sell clothes that most would consider “Business Casual/Professional Wear” and “Evening Wear.” And while you may not by your ridiculously sexy homecoming dress there, if you want to look sophisticated, sexy and like a grown up, these two stores are contending for your money.
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[Do you ever feel like you can’t pull something off? Have trendy pieces in your closet that you would never have the courage to actually...