Staff Picks

  • Holly Harris
    Published 13 days ago
    How to Op Shop

    How to Op Shop

    Op shopping is a wonderful way to find new, unique clothes on a budget. It’s also great for the environment, as it extends the life of garments that might otherwise end up in the bin. Most are run by charities, where the profits go to a good cause. But while some people seem to find wonderful pieces with little effort, it doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Here’s how I go about it:
  • Heather Clark
    Published 20 days ago
    Trends to Watch out For in 2020

    Trends to Watch out For in 2020

    With fashion trends changing so rapidly, it can be very easy to lose track of what's 'in' and what's 'out'. However you still should consider your personal taste before you fall down intro the traps that trends often set. Just because a specific style turns heads and becomes the norm on the runway, that doesn't necessarily mean it'll fit for you.
  • Bella Storey
    Published about a month ago
    Make the top of every "Best Dressed List" this Holiday Season!

    Make the top of every "Best Dressed List" this Holiday Season!

    Wether it's the office party, Family function, girls night out or a romantic evening, you always want to look your best (even if it's just to show that one relative you don't really like that your doing just fine). There is no better way to do this then to walk in with a killer outfit! Having a few holiday staple outfits ready to wear day or night will make sure your prepared for any events that come your way this holiday season!
  • Heather Clark
    Published 2 months ago
    Unbelievable Fashion Success Stories

    Unbelievable Fashion Success Stories

    They may have become powerhouses of the fashion industry in later in their lives, but many of the most recognizable fashion designers come from far less glamorous beginnings. Here are some of their stories which could be inspiring to anyone new who is trying to dip their feet in this industry!
  • Trish Gilmore
    Published 2 months ago
    How Your Style Can Help the Planet—No Matter Your Body Type

    How Your Style Can Help the Planet—No Matter Your Body Type

    In our current climate, both literally and financially, many consumers are re-evaluating their spending habits, especially when it comes to fashion. The fast fashion industry is not only one of the most wasteful—it also produces a great deal of pollution, and often relies on unethical labor practices.
  • Anti Clvtch
    Published 2 months ago
    Patches Have Finally Released!!!

    Patches Have Finally Released!!!

    Well, where do I even begin? It has been a very long and hard process to get those patches you are seeing in the picture in my hand and out to all the people. The process is finally done and now it's time to just sit back and market the patches here and there—and sell the patches.
  • Jasmine Chang
    Published 4 months ago
    10 Fashion Tips for Traveling Females

    10 Fashion Tips for Traveling Females

    Many girls know what I am talking about when I say we tend to overpack, fearing that we will need something "just in case." I recently went on a two and a half month long backpacking trip, and here are some fashion tips I learned that will save you some hassle:
  • Samantha Bentley
    Published 4 months ago
    Second Hand September

    Second Hand September

    I recently discovered the Second Hand September challenge via the wonderful world of Instagram. The premise of the challenge is that you don't buy ANYTHING new for the entire month of September, and in turn you help save the planet, and you also probably help you bank account out as well.
  • Blake O'Connor
    Published 5 months ago
    What Virgil Abloh Means for Creators

    What Virgil Abloh Means for Creators

    At the time of writing this, Virgil Abloh is the most influential person in the world of creatives. His omnipresence and sway in nearly all creative pursuits is rooted in Virgil's unique talents. Born outside of Chicago in 1980, he is an artist, architect, and fashion designer. He received his training as undergraduate in Civil Engineering and a Master’s degree in Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology.