I loved Easter when I was a kid, because besides all the candy, it always meant I got to pick out a brand-new dress to wear to church. I never turn down an excuse to buy new outfit, so now that I'm an adult, I still like to pick out something new to wear! The good news is a new dress doesn't have to cost a lot!
While you continue to cope with April showers, I'm here to remind you that it's nearly time for May's flowers! If the rain has you in a slump that not even Cee Lo on repeat can get you out of, you might have to take some more drastic measures. Like busting out those spring clothes that channel your cheery, summer self.
It's the end of the year and as you start packing up your stuff to head home for the summer, you might notice the effect the dryer has had on your undies. Yes, after a year of industrial dryers your delicates are probably looking a little frayed and a lot tattered.
I love me a bold print, so I'm shakin' in my leopard maxi dress over the variety of fabulous prints coming at us this spring (if it ever comes). There are so many prints to choose from: animal prints, prints of animals, florals, abstract, paisley, tribal, stripes, polka dots and any other design you could possibly imagine.
A few weeks ago a CollegeFashion reader suggested that mixing prints would be a good Fashion Challenge topic. To be honest, I was a little apprehensive — while many celebrities can pull this look off, at first I wasn’t sure how it would translate in real life.
There are a lot of reasons to look forward to autumn: pumpkin spice lattes, the leaves changing color, good television, and - oh yeah - Fall fashion. September is the January of the fashion world, with designers battling it out to set this year’s trends, and magazines battling it out to report them.
It's almost that time of year again. Time to pack up those boxes and head back to campus to endure the infamous walk of shame walk to class, cafeteria food, cute boys in uniform, and a little math problem I like to call "peppermint schnapps + chocolate milk = excellent football game material." Cheers to that.
Flowers are pretty in the garden so why wouldn't they be extremely smashing printed all over your dresses, shorts, skirts and closet? At least then they wouldn't shrivel up and die after 3 days when you forget to water them. Yes, that is my ultimate philosophy with floral and I'm stickin' to it.
Ah yes, that time of year has arrived once again: shorts weather. You may love it, you may dread it, you may be torn between the two, but you can't deny it's upon us. And it's time to shave your legs.
With so many huge events in my immediate future (you know, graduating, joining the unemployment line, probably moving back in with my parents) obviously my most major concern is what I am going to wear. Hey, just because I have no job and am mooching of the ‘rents doesn’t mean I can’t do it in style.
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Every year, as the snow melts and we are once again able to break out the flippy floppies, we begin to see flowers popping up everywhere. And I'm not just talking about in planters and vases. Florals are consistently a huge spring trend, and this year is no exception.
If Punxsutawney Phil was correct this year, we now only have 3 more weeks of winter, which means we can soon wash away those winter blues and bust out those spring styles. This year, Pantone's top color will be turquoise, which is not only a fun, bright color that can be mixed with everything from neutrals to browns to other brights, but it looks great on nearly everyone.