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
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
As many graduating college students scramble to find a job, Wake Forest senior, Chelsea Dougherty, has big things on her horizon. With an extensive history in the fashion business, and a sophisticated style of her own, she has secured an impressive spot in a management program at Gap. Keep reading to find out more about
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.