Don't overspray your perfume or let your scent disappear. Learn how to layer your fragrance like a pro with these helpful tips.
No matter what your style consists of, I'm sure it involves the classic tee. For fall especially, the tee is a signature staple.
The trends this season have been amazing. Spring is always a fantastic time to renew your style, but for Budget Stylistas, an entire new wardrobe is not in the cards. Purchasing a few key pieces will keep your looks stylish and give the illusion that your closet is just as full as your wallet. The following looks are chameleons of the fashion industry, transformable for any occasion.
Everything I own is very bright in color and sometimes, especially on a cold day, I just wanted to wear a muted, flowy skirt or dress. I've been keeping my eyes peeled for a winter maxi and think I may have found it!
Winter is in full swing. Whether you’re dealing with icy wind, slushy streets, or ceaseless snowfall, every college girl knows that winter weather means adjusting our wardrobes. Bundling up in style, however, can present a variety of challenges – from finding cute and cozy layers, to worst of all, looking lumpy and frumpy.
Come winter, I seem to gain about 10 pounds. I'm never sure if this is actual holiday weight, or whether it's just the appearance of bulky layers. Living in Minnesota for the year I'm getting used to the cold, but not what I look like in the mirror.
As of next week it's officially winter. For those of you that have been piling on layers of clothing already, this will come as no surprise. You've already been wrapping the scarves around your neck, putting on a hat while praying you don't get horrendous hat hair and crawling around every morning looking for that second mitten (while wondering aloud why they don't make those mitten clips for anyone over the age of 6).
Learning how to layer under your boyfriend blazer is an important skill for the winter but one that will pay off until the snow starts to thaw in May. I've got three fabulous options that require nothing more than some creativity and all the clothes you've already got in your closet. With this, there's no excuse for that shapeless winter wear, ladies!
Whether you're buying yourself a post-exam present or looking to put something on your list for Santa (with exact color, size and style....you don't want him to get it wrong, do you?) boots should be high on your list. Temperatures are dropping, the snow is starting to fall and your toes are starting to get cold.
I'm a huge fan of dresses. They're feminine, comfortable and instantly make you dressed up, even if you just rolled out of bed. But despite my dress devotion, the colder it gets outside, the less inclined I am to actually wear one. Or at least, that's how it used to be.
Every year when I start school I get so excited to show off my summer wardrobe (that no one got to see for three months) for a few weeks. But then the leaves start to change, the Halloween stores pop up, and my cute summer clothes get banished to the back of my closet, where they sit taking up precious space for the rest of the year.
As the temperatures stop, drop, and roll (or just drop), we must say goodbye to our favorite summer styles in favor of warmer options. And it's depressing. Not because we don't love fall (because, DUH, we do), but because it's hard to part with best friends and that perfectly worn-in tank, that's been with you through everything, is the best friend of all.
Good news, peeps: red is IN this season. What? Is that cheering I hear? I KNOW! I'm so excited too!