Dorm decor and more
Dressing like a highlighter is cool again!
Everyone loves a good handbag!
This is what fierce fashion style looks like
These tech savvy items are dorm room must-haves.
Brighter colors and shorter hemlines are finally making an appearance. With colorful wardrobes comes fun and bold jewelry to complete your fashionable looks. This week I've complied 8 accessories to add to your spring jewelry collections.
I've found 8 essential pieces for your spring break getaways. Whether you'll be lounging on the beach all day or going out at night, I've found a few looks that are perfect enough for every situation.
What's your go to style? Do you always wear the same pair? Be bold and adventurous and try a new shape, color, and pattern. Most of these sunglasses are around $5 so you can definitely take the plunge to try something new.
This week I found studded accessories, shoes, shirts, and leggings. Pair these clothes and accessories with the things you already own to really make your own rendition of the studded trend. Add the studded wallet from Zara to your already fabulous LBD. Or pair the hot pink top from Forever 21 with your favorite pair of skinny jeans
Urban Outfitters is selling this "Dirty Hand Sanitizer" as a $7 stocking stuffer. Do the tag lines, "Wait - was that slutty?" and "A gentle, reassuring solution," reinforce the notion that being a slut is bad and that doing naughty things makes you morally unclean? The label features only a woman. It's sans man, which further implies that only a woman can be a "slut." But wait - it's supposed to be a joke, it's made for people who get the joke, it's ironic!
Now that mixing prints is more popular than ever before, adding polka dots to the mix is a go to choice. I used to be weary of polka dots myself, but there are endless ways to wear spots without looking outdated or like a little kid.
There's a new plague making its way across college campuses from coast to coast. Take one step into your local incorporated coffee shop, vegan restaurant, Urban Outfitters or American Apparel store and you will be afflicted. (Or blinded by all the neon spandex and overwhelming scent of cigarettes.) I'm talking, of course, about hipsters.
Although the store itself has racks on racks on racks of sale clothing, the marked discounts aren't always too generous... $10 off a sweater is great, but when the starting price is $60, you're still paying a heck of a lot (at least in terms of the average college student's budget).