I'd like to thank the 90s for fueling my love for school supply shopping. To this day, I get giddy at the thought of heading out to Target and Office Max in late August (all the pen possibilities!). But as I roam the aisles, I notice that things just aren't as jazzed up as they used to be.
Say goodbye to denim cut-offs, adios to your gladiators, and farewell to your sundresses, the Summer fashion season is over. Fall is almost upon us, and while everyone's sad to see the lazy days of Summer go, the geek inside of me is so excited for school to start up again.
Liberty Ross has kept a relatively low public profile since news broke that her husband Rupert Sanders had an affair with Kristen Stewart.
You've probably spent the whole summer doing the swimsuit/messy bun combo, but now it's time to transform into a normal human again for class.
Accessories are the easiest way to keep your rotating pieces looking bold an on-trend. When they’re from Payless, you don’t need to drain your piggy bank for cool new looks. You can mix up your go-to looks with hats, scarves and bags. After a few purchases, you’ll swear you have a whole new wardrobe.
Back in the good old days, returning to school meant one thing: new school supplies! Colorful binders, cool erasers and general shenanigans made going back to elementary school that much more exciting. Lisa Frank, how I’ve missed you. Now, if only I could justify purchasing gel pens and bright colored notecards for college…
Whether you're heading back to school, entering the college atmosphere for the first time ever as a freshman, or maybe you've already graduated and just wish you were still back at school, CollegeCandy has everything you need to go back to school in the know, in style and with some great conversation starters.
You’ve spent the last 3 nights enjoying the free booze freedom that Welcome Week allows, but as you wake up with the garbage can next to your bed – again – you realize it might be time to buckle down.
One of my favorite places to shop before school is J.Crew. Everything about it is sophisticated, fresh and fabulous. But my only issue with the store is that all that sophistication doesn't come cheap. Sometimes I'll walk in, pick up a cute skinny belt for my new pencil skirt (from Marshalls...), look at the price tag and try not to strangle myself with it.
t’s August, which means it’s almost that time of year: back to school. But unlike when we were younger and dreaded the first day, going back to college is exciting, enough to provoke countdowns on Facebook statuses (“Only 236 hours more days until I’m back at school!”), and overall giddiness. However, amidst all that excitement, there’s one gray cloud looming: you’ll be leaving your best friends from home behind.
I remember the days of running around Bed Bath and Beyond with my parents, frantically scrounging the aisle for that perfect plastic bin to stash all of my Ramen. Talk about a brutally long scene of events. I stood in the florescent-lit aisles of so many department stores I started dreaming about shower caddies, futon throw blankets and Audrey Hepburn posters.
Pretty much every store has sales on back-to-school essentials this time of year, so you could just head to Bed Bath & Beyond or Walmart to pick up everything you need. But that's not always the best option, especially if you go to school in a major city like I did and you don't have a car. (Or if the people of Walmart scare you...) Let me tell you, lugging giant Target and JC Penney bags on to the NYC subway and bus wasn't exactly easy (or fun).