Tag Archive: clothing

College Girls’ Guide: Building a Professional Wardrobe

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While a wardrobe filled with leggings and T-shirts may sound appealing (and may be the reality), it’s important to build a professional wardrobe for times when you need to look more pulled together.… Continue reading

De-Clutter Your Closet: Organization Tips

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If your closet is bursting with clothes, shoes, and accessories but you still have “nothing to wear”, it may be time to clean out your closet. Having an organized closet space clears your… Continue reading

Kurt Cobain’s Suicide Note as a Fashion Statement?

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…Because romanticizing a mental illness is cool.

Recurring Fashion Trends

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Your personal style isn’t really your “own.” Find out why here!

Bespoke Fashions for Everyone

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Here’s an idea for a look that truly is all for you: bespoke. I’ll admit I had never heard of this word or this concept before, but through research I realized that it… Continue reading

Amsterdam Style

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Two weekends ago, I took a trip to Amsterdam and while I was there I must say that I was very impressed with the style.  The Dutch dress very trendy but with their… Continue reading

Five Surprsing Uses for Baby Powder

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Contrary to popular belief, baby powder is not just for babies. There are so many uses for it that it’ll leave you wondering how you ever went without it. The best part is… Continue reading

Retail Branding Strategies: Controversy vs. Conventional

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The fashion industry has seen its share of blunders and mistakes, and has been witness to one offensive product after the next. For example, retailers such as Urban Outfitters and American Apparel are… Continue reading

Fashion Resolutions 2015

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It’s apparent that the New Year’s resolutions that are made every year with high hopes and expectations for success are broken and often neglected after a couple weeks into the new year. Some… Continue reading

3D Printed Kinematic Dresses

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Nervous System design studio has created an astounding but intricate process that produces 3-D printed dresses that look and sway like actual fabric. This is done using a software called Kinematics, described by… Continue reading