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  • Tom Sharp
    Published 25 days ago
    Get Your Wardrobe Ready for Autumn

    Get Your Wardrobe Ready for Autumn

    Ok, hear me out. I know there’s still some sun and the occasional hot spells, but the days are getting shorter, the breeze is getting chillier, and you find yourself using your sunglasses less and less. If you want to hit the ground running in Autumn fashion-wise, you have to be prepared, which will help you to be more efficient when shopping, and ultimately, you’ll save money. So how can you get Autumn-ready?
  • Natalie Ige
    Published 30 days ago
    All About That Chic—This Is How You Should Dress for a Formal Event

    All About That Chic—This Is How You Should Dress for a Formal Event

    Does deciding your outfit for formal events stress you out? All we care about while walking into an event is about fitting in with the dress code there. The key is to develop a style which can blend into any type of event and also stand out. Many innovative and signature style creators are emerging. Here are a few tips to help you dress up for a formal event.
  • Casey Chesterfield
    Published about a month ago
    Sweater Style for Every Occasion

    Sweater Style for Every Occasion

    Sweaters give you comfort in a different way than other clothes you find in your closet. They can be worn alone, with shorts, jeans, or even workout and yoga pants. You can find some beautifully crocheted ones, ugly Christmas ones that light up, or ones that can fit you and fido comfortably on a cold, stormy night. One of the best parts about them is you can style them for almost every occasion.
  • Anastasia Logan
    Published about a month ago
    Too Many Clothes?

    Too Many Clothes?

    Clothes. They are considered a necessity for survival. But what is one supposed to do when their collection of clothes spreads from the closet hangers, to the dresser, then the floor? What happens if someone has entirely too many clothes? I am going to give some pointers for solving this problem.
  • Maria Vikse
    Published about a month ago
    Best Ways to Tell if a Diamond Is Real: 5 At-Home Tests

    Best Ways to Tell if a Diamond Is Real: 5 At-Home Tests

    With traders trying to sell you a diamond of bad quality or, what's even worse, a diamond that isn't even real, you have to constantly be careful of what you buy and where.
  • Vala Rogers
    Published about a month ago
    Are There Skeletons in Your Closet?

    Are There Skeletons in Your Closet?

    As a society held together through the latest trends on social media, a society that views an average of 4000 advertisements per day in first world countries, it is easy to be pulled into the consumerism mindset.
  • Gracie Evans
    Published 2 months ago
    6 Fashion Pieces that Guarantee Your Safety

    6 Fashion Pieces that Guarantee Your Safety

    Therefore, you must be smart when picking fashion pieces to wear. To protect yourself from pickpockets and other people who will try to harm you, take advantage of these trendy and unique fashion pieces that guarantee your safety.
  • E. Ballon
    Published 2 months ago
    Where to Buy Sustainable... Denim?

    Where to Buy Sustainable... Denim?

    Being a big proponent of only buying new pieces when absolutely necessary, I believe that every single thing you put in your wardrobe should bring you joy for years to come, not a season.
  • Isla Wright
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Steps to the Perfect Date Night Outfit

    5 Steps to the Perfect Date Night Outfit

    One of the reasons date nights are fun is precisely because you get to dress up nicely and spend a romantic evening with your sweetheart. So, if you have a date night planned and you can’t decide what to wear, we’re here to help. With only a few simple tips, you’ll always be able to pick out just the right ensemble without too much thinking.
  • Hillary Streitberger
    Published 2 months ago
    A Letter From the Editor’s Closet

    A Letter From the Editor’s Closet

    I believe a wardrobe is a work of art—a personal reflection of the person wearing it. It tells a story unique to you. I treat my wardrobe like my canvas. Every time I add a new piece, or take a piece away, it is all based on my mood—what I am enjoying, aesthetically. My inspiration tends to come from art. Pieces from the 70s, such as Henri Matisse’s, all the way up to current pieces, such as ones from Italian artist, Piero Pizzi Cannella. When I say these artists inspire me, I am referencing their color palettes. Most of my wardrobe is neutral in color—deep browns, ivories and black. While that does not really set me apart from what is “trending” now, what sets me apart is the feeling I get when I am wearing my pieces.
  • Jonathan G
    Published 2 months ago
    3 Colors For a Summer Wedding

    3 Colors For a Summer Wedding

    Summer is coming, and with it, the wedding season for lots of couples. It fills us with emotion and questions, and it becomes a sea of planning what dress to wear. Whether the wedding is for a close friend, your sister, or a distant cousin, it’s an opportunity to leave a lasting impression.
  • Isla Wright
    Published 3 months ago
    Work Outfits to Survive Summer Heat

    Work Outfits to Survive Summer Heat

    However, just because you're working at the office it doesn't mean you always have to stick to your corporate look to the core. Feel free to modify it a little when the sun starts radiating the blazing heat and make summer days at the office much more enjoyable.