Going back home from college or traveling somewhere for thanksgiving? Well you’re in luck! Here is all you need to know for the perfect airport outfit.
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Yes! The 70’s trends are here to stay, not to worry. The 70s continue to be trending on and off the runway. We’ve seen vibes on multiple shows including Steve J & Yoni P, Nadya Dzyak, Miu Miu, Lisa Perry and countless others. The “decade of lost taste” was so diverse due to emerging subcultures influencing the industry. From groovy, to sporty, to romantic, the 70s has characteristics and angles that everyone can incorporate into their wardrobe. Without further ado, here are some of the top trends from the 70s reappearing in today’s fashion!
Despite the fact it is 80 degrees this week, it is officially fall. Mother nature might not believe so, but the season of cozy sweaters, Halloween and pumpkin spice lattes is upon us. And nothing completes a fall look more than a dark lipstick.
Often celebrities are shunned for rocking adventurous looks different than the Red Carpet “status quo.” The 2016 Emmys had a flush of celebrities sporting unique looks, that many media outlets coined as “worst dressed,” we’re here to prove them wrong.
A must-have for this coming fall is a stylish choker that puts your whole outfit together. The 90’s trend is coming back with a boom as women around the globe express their love for chokers.
The Do’s and Don’ts of thrifting
Furry little creatures are sweeping Ball State’s campus. No, not squirrels; beards.
Walker knew there was more meaning than belonging to a certain group. However, he couldn’t escape the feeling that he needed to look like everyone else.
Pinpointing exactly where the newest trends in stores come from can be difficult. Many times, it is assumed that the latest trends come from never-been-seen-ideas, but this is not the case.
Sure, buying a new outfit feels great, but it’s better to go without the post-shopping, spent-all-the-money-on-H&M panic. Luckily, Jasmin Shopp, the owner of the new downtown store, Vintage Shoppe Thrift and Gift, said a student could put together a “one-of-a-kind” outfit for just $20 at her store.
The perfect way to conquer the cold and beat the heat is to layer.
Senior Arlee Post sits in the studio surrounded by sketches, fabrics and the sewing materials she is using on her current clothing collection.
Almost everyday, I get asked the same question: “How are you always dressed so nicely?”
Two Ball State students opened their closet doors and took to social media to sell their used clothing and knickknacks. Megan Taylor and Jessica Liebeno describe themselves as business partners, roommates and friends.
It’s true, 2013 was a good year for fashion. Pantone’s color of the year — emerald green —swept the streets, Rick Owens brought stomping to the runway, Prada cast a black model for the first time in 20 years and Kate Middleton continued to make me weep happy tears with every flawless outfit she sported.
Between landlords and bursar demanding obscene amounts of money, who has the funds for an entire new wardrobe? These fall trends will revamp your look.
Rows of fashion enthusiasts filled the Alumni Center as 15 apparel design seniors displayed their work for the last time on Sunday.
When it comes to rules, I follow only one: rules are meant to be broken. A select few rules have transcended time and become fashion faux pas.
Rain, snow, ice. There’s a lot of grumbling about the stiletto-adverse weather as New York Fashion Week hit Day 5 on Monday.