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?
Full closet but nothing to wear? Last minute formal invite but no dress? We’ve all been there a time or two (hundred). Getting dressed can be a frustrating task. But falling victim to wardrobe-induced stress, however, just might be thing of the past. Enter Curtsy—the clothes swapping app that’s changing outfit game. Resident Curtsy ambassador Emelyn Boan explains how Curtsy is changing the we view our closets–and how we can tap into others’ too.
Fall break is here, and with it, the senior’s yearly voyage to Las Vegas, Nevada. While the trip is highly anticipated, the question “Are you going to Vegas this weekend?” is always met with a round of “Yeah. I’m excited but scared.” Scared of what you might ask? My money is on the ensuing hangover.
Last night, Hollywood paused for the 68th annual Emmy awards. As usual, it was packed with pretty people in pretty clothes, with a funny host (Jimmy Kimmel was this years pick)–classic award show. And while this years awards weren’t groundbreaking, there were memorable moments sprinkled throughout. If you missed it, fear not: here’s what to know about the 68th Emmy awards.
Boulevarding is back, and with it, boulevard pregames–but no one should have to show up to a pregame sober. Enter the mimosa. Who doesn’t like to start the morning off with some champagne and OJ? Lucky for you, I know just the places to get your mimosa fix, without breaking the bank in the process. Here are Dallas’s 7 best mimosa deals. Enjoy.