It’s that time again: break out the scissors, body glitters and paint, the first home game of the season is right around the corner and it’s all about the gear. Turn these top five trends into your go-to game day style.
Monthly magazines beware: style blogs are a free and easy outlet for fashion fiends to get their daily fix, and there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re man repelling, a style rookie, or just a sucker for a good deal, these five blogs will feed the fashion hunger in you.
‘Tis the season for everyone but your wallet: With so many people to shop for, and so little time, what’s a college kid to do? Follow this guide for gifts that are thrifty but nifty, but look out for the occasional splurge item (if you’re feeling financially festive). In the season of giving, there’s something for everyone.
When you step in the house after a long fall semester, take nothing for granted: the massive tree or twinkling menorah, your parents’ cooking and the unmatched warmth of your home. Lastly, deck the halls while listening to your favorite holiday (or just plain favorite) lyrics.
In a marriage more salacious than the one documented on TLC’s “Sister Wives,” Kik, an alternative messaging application for avid texters, has forged a union between Android, iPhone and BlackBerry users.
In the 2009 documentary “The September Issue,” Style.com’s Candy Pratts Price famously quipped, “September is the January of fashion.” If that is the case, than this month’s New York Fashion Week at Lincoln Center, the first since the switch from Bryant Park, was a beautiful and boisterous ringing in of the New Year. Here are the top five trends to look out for this coming spring, and the designers who made them center stage.
In the last decade, fashion has charged forward into the lives of ordinary people. Today, with a new generation of writers who show off their sartorial tastes in blogs and fully integrated Web magazines, fashion can be at anyone's fingertips.