Around this time of year, college students are hustling to find the perfect spring break destination. Spring break isn’t cheap, so after booking the flight and hotel, it may feel like you’re really pushing your luck in spending money. There are many smart hacks to avoid extra fees — an important one is to not check a bag. But how can you fit five-days worth of stuff into a carry on? Here is how I utilize the price hack while still being able to carry my favorite items anywhere I travel.
Since I’ve started college, there have been so many mornings when all I wanted to do was to roll out of bed and head to class in my pajamas. I’m someone who takes pride in my appearance, even if that means putting in just an ounce of effort, so I would push through the pain of getting out of bed to give myself an extra 30 minutes to pick out an outfit, straighten my hair and apply a bit of makeup.
It is quite common for young adults to feel pressured to succumb to the latest trends. Between bags, belts and clothes, designer pieces are always regarded as iconic fashion. Although the designer look is one that young people strive for, it is something that most 20-somethings cannot afford. Despite this fact, there are still multiple ways to obtain these items without filing for bankruptcy.
A trend that has taken not only New Jersey, but the world, by storm is the Gucci belt. Going out to dinner? Add the belt. Meeting friends at a bar? Add the belt. Women are dressing up any and every outfit with this piece, turning it into an iconic staple and symbol of luxury.
2019’s biggest fashion trends, from chunky sneakers to flashy sunglasses, have taken over our closets by storm. It is far too easy to jump on the bandwagon in the fashion world, and when college students across the nation latch onto these popular looks, before you know it, everyone on campus is dressing the same way.