How to Dress for a Summer Day in NYC

How to Dress for a Summer Day in NYC

The best part about going home for the summer is that I get to go back to New York. The city in the summer is better than any other time of year (except Christmas at Rockefeller Center, of course). But there's something about sunny days that make me want to spend extra time walking around [...]

Keeping it Stylish in San Diego; Outfit for a Day at Mission Beach and Sunset Cliffs

Keeping it Stylish in San Diego; Outfit for a Day at Mission Beach and Sunset Cliffs

I went to visit my friend at the University of San Diego, and although it was my fourth time in the golden state, I acted like a tourist nonetheless. The first thing we did once we got off the plane and dropped our bags off at her dorm was go to Mission Beach. Even though [...]

How to Stay Confident in Your Style on a Small College Campus

How to Stay Confident in Your Style on a Small College Campus

Freshman year of college: complete. What did I learn? I learned a lot about school, don't get me wrong, but more about myself. I went to college hoping that I would come out smarter and more confident, which I did, but that doesn't mean there weren't any challenges. For starters, it didn't take me long [...]

’90s Fashion Movie Icon: Cher Horowitz

’90s Fashion Movie Icon: Cher Horowitz

At 16 years old, Cher Horowitz became one of the youngest and most iconic fashion movie characters from the ‘90s. Her wardrobe is the reason Clueless is a fashion classic. Wherever Cher went, she made a fashion statement. She’s mostly known for the yellow plaid outfit she wore to school. Girls everywhere try to mimic [...]

Three TV Fashion Icons From The Upper East Side

Three TV Fashion Icons From The Upper East Side

Blair Waldorf, Gossip Girl Blair grew up going to galas among the most elite in New York City. She not only married the prince of Monaco, but also one of the most powerful men in New York City. For obvious reasons, she was always flaunting the most elegant gowns.     And her dresses were always [...]