It’s always fashionable to be in the know right? Well here are just a few links from this past week to keep you chic, knowledgable and stylish.
Dollface Style Scoop– Charleston blogger Candace Chaplin gives step by step direction on how to create your own shirt lamp, instead of having to buy the original from Amsterdam designer Hector Serrano for $283.00.
College Fashionista– Style Gurus Rachel Bergen and Lily Greenhalgh find three fashionable students on campus for style spotlights this week. Former Fashion Board president, Marquis Bias, current Fashion Board Vice President of Social Outreach, Camille Cunningham, and VisComm student Danielle Hutchens.
The Fat and Skinny Fashion– Do your accessories need an update? Or do you just like mythical things? Then check out the jewelry from Atelier Minyon . What will you choose between a mermaid necklace, a spider webbed ring, or another fictitious find?
P.S. Things to look for next week:
Friday September 30– Check out the A Streetcar Named Desire which will serve as the opening night of the Department of Theatre and Dance’s Tennessee William Festival. Streetcar will run tonight at 8PM, Saturday 7PM and Sunday 3PM.
Monday October 3– Come join us for our National Lee Denim Day Drive. We will have tables in front of the Moore School of Business and the Russell house on campus and will also have baked goods for sale to raise money to fight breast cancer. The denim will be continually collected throughout the week for charity as well.
Wednesday October 5– Interested in studying abroad or an internship? Then come to our next Fashion Board Meeting at 7pm in the Coliseum Room 3001, where panel of members will talk and answer questions about their experiences.
Thursday October 6– Love high fashion? Want a few styling tips? Some of the Tibi staff will be at VanJean for their Fall and Holiday Fashion Event from 4PM until 7PM. In addition to styling help, the staff will bring a preview of the Resort collection and it will be available for pre-sale.
Opener Image from collegefashionista.com.
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