In just under a month, the students of SMU will skip town for blue oceans and warm weather. Whether you’re destination is the BVIs, St. Barths, or Cabo, one thing holds true: Bikini season is upon us. If you’re like me–and not to be dramatic–you’d rather get punched in the face than put on a swimsuit right now. However, with a month to spare, there might be hope for us yet. I’ve compiled 5 tips and tricks guaranteed to make you do that Kiini justice. It’s crunch time, everyone. (Pun intended. I am so sorry.)
With bloggers sitting front row at every show, and the plethora of social media platforms, I sometimes feel like I see one show 800 times. Like why would I spend my time looking at the Michael Kors show when it was just literally everyone and their mother’s Instagram story???
If you don’t have @kylizzlemynizzl on snapchat then you need to add her now because she has the most entertaining snapchat account ever. AND you’d know that today Kylie’s online store went live and her clothing line is now available for purchase. Kylie is two months younger than me.. and has built an empire for herself at the age of 19.
This past weekend I stepped foot in a Zara for the very first time. Now I know what you’re thinking: How dare you. How dare you write about style, ignorant to one of this decade’s fashion cornerstones. Not on my campus (style blog). I understand the contempt—there was so much I didn’t understand. While Zara was everything I imagined it to be, my visit raised a question (perhaps a dangerous one for the fashion community): Why are we still spending money on clothes?
From bare stomachs to oversized puffer coats, the street style of NYFW 2017 has been all over the place thus far. While some fashionistas are choosing to ignore the icy NYC conditions, others are embracing the cold and bundling up in their winter’s finest. A few notable trends have been emerging from the street style thus far, and I’ll be interested to see what the rest of this week has in store.