Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists This season, the fashion world has seen a shift in footwear trends. Get yourself ready to go out with...

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By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists It’s time to break up with your skinny jeans and fall in love with this season’s hottest trend: boyfriend...

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By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists  It’s that time of year again! New York Fashion Week — where trends are set, statements are made and...

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By Heather Hawkes & Jordan Koziol Columnists  Some days, neon shirts and boisterous patterns totally make the statement you’re looking for, but when all that color...

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Before you throw out those old jeans you don’t really wear anymore, grab a pair of scissors and some chalk and get to work on a new pair of shorts.

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In order to kick off this “rebirth” of fashion freedom, here are some noteworthy blogs to keep your eye on this season.

Campus Style: We mean business

As a young college student, you want to be able to display your youth and freshness, but you don’t want to look like a little girl playing dress-up. Follow these tips, and you’ll be surprised with how many job offers you get.

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Learn from your favorite celebrities how to look chic in the airport.

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Here are the tips to picking the perfect jewelry for your outfit.

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Sophomore finance major Billy Pekarsky and sophomore political science major P.J. Simonelli are sharp-dressed best friends and roommates, making the College their runway one day at a time.

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Don't hide your clothes with a coat, make it the centerpiece of your outfit.

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Sophomore psychology major Ji Hwang and sophomore nursing major Isabelle Tan tell us about their fashion inspiration, their celebrity style icon and their worst fashion faux pas.

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This semester, don’t let the cold weather hinder your style. Get inspired by TV’s best-dressed characters.

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As the temperature continues to drop, we find ourselves disregarding our fashion sense and throwing on anything to keep ourselves from freezing. What was once a Vests make a good transition accessory for cooler weather. (thecollegeprepster.com) season of light sweaters draped over flowing dresses and high boots has now transformed itself into the bitter reality that staying warm and looking chic are on two opposite ends of the spectrum. But fear not, because a great way to stay warm in the colder months without looking frumpy is to incorporate this season’s vest trend into your ensemble. The best thing about it is that there are so many different types of vests — all giving you the ability to create versatile styles with one simple staple piece.

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