It’s almost time to start wearing less and going out more because Memorial Day Weekend has arrived. With it being...
Rompers: Sundresses' ugly step-sister.
Everyone loves a good romper, right? I've been coveting a few rompers recently so it motivated me to find you girls 8 of the cutest ones for under $20!
When rompers first hit runways and stores a few seasons ago, I was pretty skeptical -- I wasn't so sure
anyone with any sort of shape could ever pull them off this particular fashion staple from our parents' days needed a comeback. But they've had some pretty good staying power this time around, and I'm starting to think I might have judged rompers too quickly.
Have you ever seen a girl in a really cute outfit and thought she looked great, but that something was missing? Maybe you’ve stood in front of the mirror in your dorm or apartment in a great dress and a pair of boots and still felt blah? We’ve all been there–the basics of an outfit look totally stylish, but there’s a certain something that’s off.
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.
Although the end of summer means the end of many good things in life (i.e. slip n' slides, lemonade stands, dunk tanks, debating the possibility of frying an egg on your driveway...), the end of summer also means the beginning of something brand new. Something fresh and exciting. Something every style-hungry college girl craves out there...
• 10 summer trends men HATE. • George Clooney....cocaine....what!? • What to do when you see your parents doin' it. • Don't mess with a cheerleader, yo. • Hulk Hogan is a big, fat, blonde liar. • Wash your face. Change the world.
I'm sure a lot of you have been waiting for this. If you don't already know who Nicole Richie is, excuse me while I pick my jaw up off the floor. OK, now let's move on. A few years back, there was a show starring two insanely spoiled socialites that had to "live simply" under one roof with some folks from rural America. Yeah, I never watched it in fear of losing some serious brain cells, but one of those two spoiled heiresses was Nicole Richie.
A few months ago, we questioned the sanity of the designers behind American Apparel. Walking into one of their stores is like walking into the brain of someone with multiple personalities: to the left, the perfect hoodie. To the right, a shiny, gold body suit. Wha???
Word on the runway is the color for summer is turquoise. Yay! I am more than happy about this fate. Turquoise looks so glamorous with glowing skin and a mojito. And something else I've noticed about the color? The exotic hue never looks cheap, not even when you're loading up on it for under $20.
Everyone's got a place in their heart and closet for American Apparel. Lord knows about 60% of my tshirt drawer is made up of their deliciously well worn v-necks. And who doesn't love those amazing dresses that go 12 ways? But everyone who's ever been into an American Apparel store has also noticed the total ridiculousness that fills their overstuffed racks.
The Golden Globes are coming, which means the hottest of the hottest will be strutting their bad selves down the Red Carpet to talk to Ryan Seacrest and look damn fine doin' it. And I'll be sitting there, laptop in hand, taking notes - the kind I should be taking in class - on what everyone is wearing.