Come walk the red carpet and shop at local boutiques in the mag room on Friday, November 1 from 6-7:30! Tickets are only $5 and will be sold outside the pit from 11-1 on friday, monday and tuesday! No tickets will be sold at the door!
Author Archives: WFU Style
Black is slimming, black and white are classic, white will make you look tan; we have heard it all, but we have not heard the end of it. This season black and white are popping up more often than it was thought possible as a trend in designers’ collections and on runways, but black and white are more than that. Together they are like a tradition in our closets,
Fit is one of the most overlooked aspects of everyday menswear, particularly with those of college age. Here at Wake Forest, many students forgo fit for branding, coveting the logo. Oftentimes, though, this mentality causes issues, with trendy, well-made pants much too long, or shirts that balloon around the chest. One fix, of course, is
Finding my voice through writing can be pretty difficult, especially without a resume or profession to back up my every word, but writing is something I can call my own. Sure, it can be carved and molded and pieced together into the style of paper that a professor is looking for or, if you’re luckier than
Megan+Des: an interview with the founders of WFU Style Megan O’Sullivan: Dallas, TX – Major in Business and Enterprise Management with a self-built component of management and fashion Desiree Sanchis: Miami, FL – Major in Politics and International Affairs & Economics Where did the idea of WFU Style come from? M: When I was home