It seems like ever since J. Biebs turned 18, he's been trying to make himself seem a bit more edgy. Case in point: he was recently spotted wearing a t-shirt that said "never sleep, always party." Hmm. I never got the impression that Biebs was a big partier. I always thought he was more of a mama's boy.
As hipsters everywhere already know, thrift stores are great places to score awesome vintage t-shirts -- but did you know only about 5% of the t-shirts donated to stores like the Salvation Army and Goodwill actually get sold in the U.S.?
I am not a leisure wear person. I only wear hoodies out in public when running errands or at the curling rink. I do dress for comfort when I'm at home, but people rarely see me like this. Want proof? A couple of weeks ago a friend came to my building to grab something and her boyfriend told me he had never seen me dressed casually before (I was wearing a hoodie and jeans). After receiving my UNCL hoodie, this might change.
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!
One thing I'm sure you everyone owns is a black cardigan. It's definitely an essential item for the college girl - it goes with anything, is easy to wear, is perfect for layering when going from a cold classroom to a steamy library, and doesn't show the dirt that's accumulated since your last laundry day....3 weeks ago.
If there's one thing all college girls have it's an abundance of drunk selfies t-shirts. Sure, you need a few to sleep in or work out in, but the rest? They're just taking up coveted space in that teeny dorm closet.
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.
Okay, I, like most girls, love to dress up. I love zipping up a sexy dress, painting on some dramatic cat eyes, and slipping into some sky-high heels. But I also have those weekends when I am so burnt out, running from class to work to the gym, that I rather curl up in my pajamas and hide under the covers all weekend then spend an hour putting together an outfit.
Christian Audigier, the man who brought us overpriced trucker hats in 2001, is now ruining the world once again with his latest line, Don Ed Hardy. Obvi you know about this stuff, seeing as everyone from Paris Hilton to Lil Jon to the players of Inter Milan (an Italian soccer team) sport the stuff. And I have to say: I really effing hate Ed Hardy.
The t-shirt is arguably the most versatile item of clothing in a college girl's closet. Though they originated as undershirts, the tee has come along way. Now it's the perfect item for any occasion, whether you are picking up boys at the bar or rolling out of bed 5 minutes before class.
So, based on my DIY crafting history, it is obvious that I have a lot of t-shirts lying around. A lot. I just can't part with stuff that has so much history. And these t-shirts are all souvenirs from really big moments in my life (except the free credit card tees I get on the way to class - I'm not sure why I haven't gotten rid of those ones yet...)
Swine flu, the rapidly-spreading illness making headlines across the globe, is probably Mexico's least popular export at the moment. But let's talk about my faaaavorite producto de Mexico, Gael Garciá Bernal, whose new film The Limits of Control opens today. Yeow!