A Lazy Girl’s Guide: How to Style Sweats

The end of the summer is usually prime time for back-to-school shopping before getting back into the swing of things, but sadly, this summer is a little bit different. As students are planning to learn from home this semester, many are choosing to stick with a style that has stayed constant throughout quarantine: sweats.  While sweatpants aren’t typically the most glamorous item in your closet, … Continue reading A Lazy Girl’s Guide: How to Style Sweats

The Fox Eye Trend and its Xenophobic Roots

You’ve probably seen the “fox eye trend” all over your Instagram feed lately.  The upturned, catlike eye pose, made popular by many celebrities, has gained traction on social media as of late. Also referred to as the “headache pose”, this gesture has been used as a go-to editorial pose for many high-fashion models and influencers.  Globally-known runway models Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner are among … Continue reading The Fox Eye Trend and its Xenophobic Roots

Reusable Face Masks to Instantly Upgrade Your Outfit

Phone? Check. Wallet? Check. Car Keys? Check. Face Mask? Check.  When getting ready to leave the house, a new essential has been added to everyone’s checklists. Within the past few months, our daily routines have had to shift dramatically due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The sterile, blue face masks seemingly worn only by doctors and dentists flew off the shelves and became … Continue reading Reusable Face Masks to Instantly Upgrade Your Outfit

From Collages to Career: How Corey Paige Turned Her Designs into a Business

It’s safe to say that we have all doodled in our notebooks before, whether it was during a particularly boring class or just filling time at home. By now, a lot of us have mastered drawing our name in bubble letters and perfecting a smiley face, but have you ever seen your doodles come to life?  Corey Paige has.  It all started with some poster … Continue reading From Collages to Career: How Corey Paige Turned Her Designs into a Business

Happy Jack: Continuing the Legacy

Jack Nathan created Happy Jack, a community for the misunderstood, to unite and relate about anxiety, while appreciating the beauty that lies underneath the struggle. Jack designed and sold clothing, donating a portion of each sale to the Child Mind Institute, an independent, national nonprofit devoted to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health. Jack lived by the motto to do … Continue reading Happy Jack: Continuing the Legacy

Bandanas: The Trend that Keeps on Coming Back

With COVID-19 on the rise across America, my summer routine has looked much different than I thought it would. Instead of getting ready to go out and catch up with hometown friends, I’m sticking to sweats and barely leaving the house— the fridge being as far as I’ll go.  Yet, when I do decide to leave my house to run essential errands, I’ve noticed the … Continue reading Bandanas: The Trend that Keeps on Coming Back

Reinvent Your Style with These Thrifting Tips

Compliment me on any outfit and I am sure to excitedly tell you exactly where I got the items and for what cost. There’s a certain pride that comes from finding cute clothes at a thrift store, and I am vocal about this. It’s validation that my patience and numerous trips have paid off.  In recent years, thrift stores have entered the mainstream, popularized as … Continue reading Reinvent Your Style with These Thrifting Tips

Streetwear: The Style that Proves Comfort and Self-Expression are not Mutually Exclusive

Right now on GOAT, there is a pair of sneakers that retailed for $140 with a current auction tag of $97,584. Any search through websites like GOAT, StockX and Grailed will display streetwear pieces being sold for hundreds, if not thousands, more than their release prices. Why? Because the items are culturally rich, exclusive and just plain cool. Streetwear is more than just a style … Continue reading Streetwear: The Style that Proves Comfort and Self-Expression are not Mutually Exclusive

#PayUp: The Hashtag that is Transforming the Fashion Industry

If you haven’t already heard, there’s a fashion revolution on the rise. You may have seen the #PayUp hashtag circulating around the internet recently. But what exactly is this movement, and why should I care?  The #PayUp movement surfaced in late March 2020 after Remake, a fashion advocacy organization founded by Ayesha Barenblat, launched the campaign via Instagram. Ever since its creation, the hashtag has … Continue reading #PayUp: The Hashtag that is Transforming the Fashion Industry

How Remi Lubcher Snipped and Styled Custom College Wear into a Career

When the fashion industry was lacking in creative college apparel, Remi Lubcher responded by building Snipped and Styled, one of the original college tailgate and everyday wear brands that have inspired a new trend for students. Snipped and Styled features cut up and redesigned shirts, joggers, sweatshirts and bandeaus that have transformed the way millennial and Gen Z students represent their campuses. Each piece is … Continue reading How Remi Lubcher Snipped and Styled Custom College Wear into a Career