Ah your 20s. The time for leaving college, joining the workforce and, if you believe Lena Dunham's Girls, eating cupcakes in bathtubs.
We've made a second search of the entire internet in these last few weeks and have come up with 7 more great college blogs that you should all be reading. Admissions essays, making brownies, finding the perfect spring time accessories...we've definitely dug up some more excellent finds.
Sure you want to dress up and enjoy these special occasions but that doesn't mean you have to do look like an extra from Gossip Girl. When this much glitter is involved it gets a little complicated, so check out my tips below to help you find the perfect outfit for any holiday party this season.
Remember ladies, it's not as relaxed as it might seem. Shopping for holiday sales and scores is an athletic event too, and you need just the right uniform.
The semester is winding down. Finals are approaching. The air is getting chillier. And the Starbucks cups are red. Sooner or later, we'll all be heading home for the holidays.
You'll want to look your best when you see basically your entire graduating class for the first time in month, and never fear, with a little help from me, you will.
Nov 12, 2012
You don't have to buy it months in advance to have a cool costume. In fact, you don't have to buy it at all!
Oct 29, 2012
From the comfy clothes, to the massive amounts of junk food we're allowed to eat, to the take out and the wine. (Because you just can't have girls night without wine, right?) I love cozying up on the couch to chat about life, sharing secrets, and watching girly nostalgic movies.
Oct 25, 2012
Just because you have devote your free time to studying doesn't mean you can't look stylish while doing it. Right? Right.
When the weather gets cooler, and the pumpkin spice lattes start showing up, even I get a little nostalgic for some football. And even though I'm a little bit clueless on how the game works, I do know to dress for them.
It's hard to balance a healthy lifestyle when you're a college girl on the go. Between crazy class schedules, team meetings, hang out time with friends and Toddlers in Tiaras marathons, finding time to buy real food, and make meals that don't involve a microwave can get pretty difficult. We all want to stay healthy and fit (even if we do engage in the occasional tub of Ben & Jerry's), but sometimes it's hard to do that within the confines of a college dorm or cafeteria.
After months of caramel macchiatos, mochas, and peppermint lattes, it's finally your time to shine. You, with your perfectly crafted autumn palette, are the epitome of fall. In fact, you mark the beginning of fall for some people. The season hasn't really started until they've had a pumpkin spice latte. And hey, now you're even Instagram famous.
Grad school is tough. Really tough, and it's not at all what I imagined it would be like, even after speaking to other grad students. There are so many things I wish they would have told me to help me prepare (mentally anyway). So I thought I would share some of those things with those of you headed off to grad school in the fall.
Not only do fashion brands have cute companies now, but they also have shareable content, and in my book that's pretty great.
There's one area of my life that I never play by the rules in, and that's fashion. Why? Because those rules were made to be broken.
As someone who spends her days studying communciations, I've spent a lot of time contemplating the ways we get in touch with one another. It used to be simple. A phone call here, meeting for coffee there. Maybe an e-mail or an AIM chat if you were feeling adventurous.
As someone who spends far too much time on the internet, I can assure you that there are plenty of awesome ways to waste your time online. Blogs. Online shopping. Facebook. Twitter. And of course, Tumblr, the little social network that could.