Category: Style

What’s in My Suitcase For The Holidays?

Thanksgiving is coming up in America, which is officially the start of the season for traveling home to visit family for the holidays. But how can you know exactly what to pack so you have the gear you need to stay sane when your family is driving you crazy and still have room left for

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10 Fair Trade Swimsuits That Will Make You Feel Like a Siren This Summer

Fair trade is so important! And once we’ve embraced that, it’s something that ends up being in the back of our mind every time we buy something. Swimsuit season is no exception, so I’ve drummed up my favorite fair trade swimsuits that look amazing, work for your body and your style, and support workers being

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Hold Onto Your Cash And Cut Your Fashion Costs! Keeping Old Friends Clothes, and Expensive Friends Clotheser

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My Wardrobe is Massive I don’t know about you, but I have a teensy bit of a problem. I have a very big wardrobe that has only grown since I made that post, and it’s gotten so big I have clothes for every season. Enough that I use one of those giant three door PAX

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Cherry Blossoms in Bloom for The DC Festival

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Its that time of year again! <a href=”www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org”>The Cherry Blossom Festival</a> is in full swing now. Full of dancing, food, and other entertainment, it is the highlight of any Spring D.C. tourists visit. I am so lucky, to live in D.C. To be able to walk around campus,or down the street, and see the treasured

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Adulting 101

This bare bones basics survival course will cover everything from figuring out how to feed yourself and take care of laundry without setting your home on fire to showing up to work looking polished and professional…

Hanukah Has Nailed It: A Festive Nail Art Tutorial For The Festival of Lights

Hanukah is upon us! In light of this event, I wanted to share a quick #NailedIt with you. I didn’t actually nail it too much because I tried this technique in the middle of the night- and with five hours available for sleep for me that’s a particularly stupid idea- and I ended up facing

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7 Piece Christmastime Capsule Wardrobe for Travel and Minimalists

Yes, it’s finally our favorite time of year again! I did a quick photoshoot with my seasonal wardrobe and I wanted to share with you why these pieces were so important I wanted to spend my super limited annual clothing budget on them. And by saying limited budget, I’m not kidding- I give myself $150

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Kate Spade and What We’ve Learned in The Era of Fun Fashion

I think fashion for a long time has limited itself to either things that are so ridiculous and uncomfortable that you can’t actually wear or use them, or things that are boring and bland in the name of “chic”. Personally, I find boring to look a little cheap, like all the other mass produced products

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Dreamery of Greenery For Natural Aesthetic Christmas Decor

As you may know, the Pantone color of the year for 2017 was Greenery. As you may recall, I have a bit of a tradition of bucking the color of the year. This year, however, I kind of rolled with it. What can I say? I love green, and yellow-green is right up my alley.

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Kick The Junky Cheap Clothes to The Curb and Learn How To Invest In Clothes That Will Last

Expensive clothes in the US aren’t high quality. Expensive clothes in the US have a fancy designer label but are made with the same awful stitching with loose threads out the wazoo that can’t handle going through a few washes. Medium brands like Land’s End that cost in the $50-$100 range are the only brands

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