If there is one thing in which I find my closet constantly lacking, it is in summer to fall transition pieces. Frequent are the October days I find myself feeling chilly and overly spring-y in my more summertime clothes, and just as common are the days I find myself sweaty and hot underneath a winter
Category Archives: Women’s Fashion
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
Everyone has a signature whether you know it or not. Maybe you always sport a unique scarf or spunky socks that people identify you with. Designers strive to develop a brand that has a unique and recognizable signature look. Call it my weakness or call it my addiction, but bracelets are my signature. One bracelet is
Hello, style stalkers. As you all know, the most anticipated event in fashion took place last Monday. Influential characters such as Sienna Miller, Blake Lively, and Mary Kate Olsen, to name a few, debuted their take on punk fashion at the Met Gala. Guess what that means? It’s our turn to reflect on their choices.