Going to a new city or country can always be overwhelming with so many new sites to see, so much to do, so much food to try, etc. What can also be overwhelming is your camera roll after the vacation- 1,000s of new pictures, lots of which are multiples of the same shot and same
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With every new season, I find myself revamping my style. A change of weather means digging up forgotten sweaters or cute bikinis—it’s a chance to rediscover old favorites and bring in new staples. Fall is my favorite fashion season. My sweater and boot addictions are put on full display following months of tank tops and
I learned about Julia Chinman, and JC Denim, through one of my best friends and fellow WFU Style member, Kathleen Burns. Kath knows how much I adore two things in particular: (1) JEANS, and (2) stars! So, JC Denim and I were going to be a match made in heaven from the start. Unfortunately, when
This June, I had the exciting opportunity to show my first fashion collection at Greensboro Fashion Week. Through my time spent in design, construction, and the final runway show for the collection, I was reminded of how my “fashion career” began, reflecting on the development of my skills, passion, and personal growth as a designer
Fringe jeans are a 2017 trend that won’t be going away in 2018. These jeans are everywhere and come in a variety of styes: Example 1, 2, 3 Over my month-long winter break, my sister and I decided to try to make some fringe jeans ourselves, as they often come at prices well over $100.