Rachel Brown During these final winter months, it is easy to feel dazed and tired, not just with our classes, but our winter wardrobes. While it is quick and simple to put on the yoga/sweat pants followed by a warm heavy jacket every day, it does in fact get quite repetitive and boring. However, spring [...]
Written by: Channing Murrock This winter, make a lasting impression as the fall semester ends and a great first impression when the spring semester begins by dressing in winter’s hottest styles. Things to keep in mind when dressing for cold weather are comfort, warmth and fashion. Winter clothes don’t always include sweatpants, snow boots and [...]
Written by: Channing Murrock Planning a wedding can be fun, but also stressful at times. Many people want their weddings to be enjoyable, memorable, budget-friendly and trendy. In order to hit all of these categories, future brides and grooms must research everything from photographers to venues, to dresses, to tuxedos, to floral arrangements. Luckily, Today’s Bride magazine [...]
Written by: Helen Dauka Have you ever come across a building or a part of campus and thought, “I had no idea that this even existed”? Or said, about the building that houses your major, “I basically live in that building”? Personally, being a Communication major, Kolbe Hall has become my second home. I’ve heard, [...]
Written by: Channing Murrock Fall is approaching quickly. Instead of dressing down in sweatpants every day, read these tips on transitioning your wardrobe into cozy chic fashion. Fall is that strange time of year when mornings are chilly and afternoons are warmer, so dressing in layers is key to staying comfortable all day. Leather is [...]
Written by: Channing Murrock Spring is in the air, and that means updating your wardrobe from drab, bulky items to fun, colorful ones. This is a good season to have fun by changing up your style because it is not quite warm but not cold, either. The options are endless; one day you can wear [...]
Written by: Starr Davis University of Akron student Sara Mahri, 21, is a model for Purple Plane Clothing Incorporated. Mahri started modeling for Purple Plane last year and has been a loyal model and friend to the new business. “I always wanted to model,” she said. “I love fashion.” With a passion for dancing, Mahri [...]
Written by: Starr Davis The Beta Pi Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. showcased their seventh annual fashion show Thursday in the Student Union Ballroom. “It was different; it wasn’t anything I expected,” said Iyeshia Hood, a UA sophomore, after the show. Students at The University of Akron modeled the latest trends in fashion, [...]
Taking a quick look around your dorm, what catches your eye first? Is it that bold comforter of yours, or that shaggy hot pink rug? Maybe it’s the electric blue lounge chair. None of the above?
It seems you need a bit of an update. I can’t think of anyone who wants to sit in a drab dorm all day with white sheets, no posters and no color. Adding items to your dorm can not only help show visitors your personality, but, depending on the colors you choose, can also help set the atmosphere you want to portray.
Traditionally during the spring semester, students are usually just trying to stay warm and get to class as fast as they can to keep out of the cold weather. Clothing generally falls under the “sport apparel” category, and students bundle up in layers with their heaviest attire to battle the winter cold.
This semester, however, I have noticed more and more students dressing stylishly warm, starting off spring semester with major fashion statements.
By: Channing Murrock Whether we realize it or not, our everyday outfits are largely influenced by major celebrities and fashion icons like Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Brad Pitt and Drake. These celebrities are considered icons because they think outside the box when getting dressed and capture a certain style, whether it’s edgy, bohemian, hip-hop or casual. [...]
By: Channing Murrock Grab your scarfs, cardigans and zippered hoodies, because fall is quickly approaching. If you are on a budget, many of this fall’s top trends reuse articles from past seasons. The major look of this fall is “texturizing,” or layering your outfits. Summer layers are lightweight, but fall layers are slightly heavier and [...]