We won't blame you for buying some of these for yourself, too.
While it would be awesome to rock designer styles, sometime you just have to outfit your wardrobe with some less-costly items. Here's some help with a list of online shops with college-friendly prices.
We all know that jean button-downs are back in style, and I bet that every one of you fashionistas out there have one hanging in your closet!
The hottest looks of spring are consistently spread through runway looks, celebrity’s closets, and top designer’s collections; but let’s be real…you’re reading “budget stylista” for a reason.
Happy Good Friday, everybody! Really, Fridays are always good. It's the weekend! But since today is Good Friday, we've been thinking about some ways for you to make this day extra good. Great, in fact. Here are 7 free or cheap ways to make your Good Friday great.
There's been a reoccurring trend in the fashion world lately. Shoes are getting higher and higher these days. Three inches? Four inches? Five inches? I've even seen six inch heels that are now considered chic.
Happy Veteran's Day! If you're lucky enough to have the day off, we're not only jealous, but we're also encouraging you to use it productively. Here are SIXTY cheap, fun, and easy activities that everyone can do on their day off. And yes, sleep in is one of them.
I’m an unabashed Xtina lover. She snagged me with “Reflections” (yes, I took it all the way back to Mulan), and I’ve stuck with her through her various musical and aesthetic reinventions, from the dirty to the vintage to the futuristic.
Dear Dude, My boyfriend and I have been together for a little over a year. Things between us are simply awesome. We are best friends and we want to spend the rest of our lives together. Recently, my boyfriend moved into his own apartment. Since this happened, all we ever do is stay in and watch movies on the couch.
’ve finally moved into my new apartment in NYC which is now filled with issues of Elle Décor and House Beautiful. The furniture is moved in (…and up 5 flights of stairs) and my apartment is finally coming together. However, I could not help but feel depressed when I looked at my bare, lonely, and artless walls.
I’m officially a college graduate and am joining the masses of recent grads sobbing audibly as they scroll through their Facebook photos from the past 4 years moving to a new city and a new life. As I pack up my boxes once again, I’ve realized that my college dorm décor may not exactly suit for the real world.
It doesn’t matter if you go to an Ivy League school or a community college, there’s one thing that all colleges have in common and that’s FREE STUFF. Namely, free t-shirts. My dresser is currently overflowing with them (of varying sizes) and there’s no need for all of that cotton getting in the way of the cashmere and the silk.
Spring Break is just around the corner, and it has college students everywhere are dreaming of a week free from classes, preferably spent partying and relaxing on a beach somewhere warm. However, that's not always a reality on a college student's budget, and many students resort to spending their week off from school at home--or worse, stuck in the abandoned dorms--while everyone else is having fun.
Though grossly under-rated, hair accessories might be one of the best ways to spice up an outfit and add a special flair. Cheaper than a hot pair of shoes and more practical than a bunch of bangles, headbands and hairpins do double duty: they accessorize and pull that hair out of your face.
If you’re anything like me, you’re a crafty college girl who may or may not have an addiction to jewelry. You also may be a Disney fiend who reads too many gossip magazines... Okay, so even if you’re not like me, you probably still have lots of necklaces and earrings lying around. And you probably have NO place to store them.