The Avenue | Fashion
Pencil can be erased, pen is manageable with white out, and if anything, a person can always start fresh with a new piece of paper. Corrective fluid exists for paper - but not for skin. Tattoos are a permanent fashion statement.
Whether you're going on a fabulous vacation or just relaxing poolside in your hometown, let's face it: Spring break has finally arrived. Whatever your plans may be, soak up the sun and look great doing it by trying one of these hot swimwear trends:
Valentine's Day was cute in fourth grade when everyone got cards and candy from their classmates. In college, it's just another Hallmark holiday that makes the single community feel less than adequate. But luckily, whether your Facebook status reads "single," "in a relationship" or "it's complicated," Valentine's Day is a great excuse to buy a new outfit.
The word “fashion” does not sit well with most guys. I get it — you’re a total bro—but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress like a pro. There’s no logic in the daily task of getting dressed, so here at the Avenue we’ve come up with some simple style tips (a less frightening word for “fashion”) that we think every Gainesville guy should try.
Lady Gaga, chew on this: Meat dresses are so last year. All of those opposed to wearing carnage as clothing, say goodbye to the antics of 2010 and hello to a sharper, more stylish 2011. Make better style a top New Year’s resolution with the Avenue’s list of fashion dos and don’ts. With it, you’ll be sure to avoid a fashion faux pas and maybe even end up on 2011’s best dressed list.
Tucked in a darling two-story corner building at 101 N. Main St., an area known for nightlife and local dives, the marriage of art and fashion is alive and thriving.
Sure, you’ve been going buck wild in all of autumn’s glory: breathing in sweet smells of cinnamon, indulging in candy corn, busting out the pumpkin spice candles. You may think you’ve got the fall feel down, but does your wardrobe?
Ellie Circhansky spent her high-school weekends digging. Sifting through mounds of clothing at thrift stores, she stretched her $20 allowance to its bare bones, salvaging the simplistic designer pieces others tossed form their closets and welcoming them into her own.