“Being normal is vastly overrated.”The declaration proclaimed by beloved grandmother slash benevolent witch Aggie Cromwell– mere minutes into Disney’s 1998 cinematic masterpiece “Halloween Town”– is just as relevant today as it was 16 years ago.
You’ve made it to the Career Showcase. Sure, it only took years of building your resume, weeks of planning and moments of panic — if you’re lucky enough to land an interview. With your killer GPA, jealousy-inducing involvement levels and an unrivaled passion for your field, you’re pretty much outfitted for success.
By the time this goes to print, a mixed army of ultra-fem and utilitarian sportswear-clad supermodels (and their respective wake of editors, photographers, bloggers and street-style influencers) will have already hopscotched from New York to London to Milan, now embarking on day two of Milan Fashion Week.
As it’s the last “On Trend, On a Budget” column of the summer, I figure I’ll leave you with one of the most predominant trends of the sunshine season. Let’s pull back the door to the arsenal of style – wide enough to climb over the jelly sandals, reach past the skorts and Gandalf hats, and head for the big guns.
There’s officially one more month of summer before we Gators are heading back from whence we came (no, I don’t mean your parents’ house, I’m talking about the one and only Gainesville!). And that means that no matter where we may currently be, from relaxing on the Floridian shoreline to studying abroad in the cities of Europe and everywhere in between, we better kick this summer into high gear.
Audrey Hepburn, Madonna, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Gandalf the Grey: One of these is not like the rest.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past season, you’ve likely noticed an influx of overalls, tube socks, bucket hats, Keds and all things ‘90s amongst your fashion-forward friends.
If you’re a television junkie in the modern age, chances are, you’re probably watching Netflix. (Or if you’re like most of my friends, you’re watching your other friends’ Neflix.)