The Style Evolution of Taylor Swift November 29, 2016

Every preteen who lived in the mid to late 2000′s knows that their iPod playlists revolved around Taylor Swift. Although it doesn’t seem like it was too long ago when she was a country pop teen that got her first hit on the charts, it has been ten years since the world was first introduced […]



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Calm Before the Storm: Warm Up to Winter’s Coolest Trends November 29, 2016

Clothing cues winter through visuals beyond coats and boots. Silk and sequins in jewel tones, woolly plaid and chunky knits … textures build up the richness of the season. The actual warmth they pack, however, may vary. Indulge in the opulent fabric and experimental cuts while the weather is still mild. Your down jacket can […]



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Gettin’ Knitty Wit It November 23, 2016

all: it can’t all be Pumpkin Spice and Apple Picking. The season also brings along shorter days, looming midterms, and plummeting temperatures. You wake up to the shining sun, put together a killer outfit, step out the door… and Mother Nature promptly blasts you with a gust of Arctic wind like it’s some cruel joke. […]



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The Real Way to Watch a Fashion Show November 23, 2016

Chances are that 50% of the reason you go to a fashion show is to dress up. The other 50% is simply to see what other people are wearing (including the models on the runway). Fashion shows are fun and glamorous, and a perfect event to go to if you’re looking to be creatively and […]



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IMHO: Sweden trumps America November 22, 2016

he current political climate notwithstanding (PSA: Make Donald Drumpf Again), I love America.  ’Tis the land of freedom, Tommy Hilfiger, and getting #turnt on the 4th of July.  But in terms of fashion, there is no comparison. The frumpiest of Swedes would be, like, the president of Tabard (if that’s even a thing?).  To boost […]



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Mark Albert Boots November 22, 2016

Fall is officially here, and that means it’s time to pull out sweaters, jackets, and most importantly, boots. This week The WALK sat down with Mark Barbera, the founder of Mark Albert Boots. Born and raised in the small town of Somerset, Pennsylvania, Barbera, now a sophomore studying Marketing at La Salle University, launched his hometown-based Chelsea […]



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Deals You Can’t Miss This Black Friday and Cyber Monday November 21, 2016

hanksgiving break is almost here. Whether you’re dreaming about a delicious home-cooked turkey or dreading an awkward political debate over dinner, one thing to look forward to is the beginning of holiday season deals – otherwise known as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Read on to learn about predictions for this year’s biggest clothing deals, […]



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TREND TO TRY – NAILS BY MEI November 21, 2016

To Mei Kawijiri, nails are just another canvas to display her talent. Looking through her Instagram feed, or the 21st century version of a résumé, there is no object or theme that is off limits. I first met Mei at Valley Nails, a nail salon in Soho known for its intricate and creative nail art. After leaving […]



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6 Vintage Looks To Recreate Now November 18, 2016

Thanks to the popularity of social media, it is too easy to feel overwhelmed by new trends since we are constantly in a fashion-media overload. The best way to combat this is to find your own source of fashion inspiration, and try not to worry about what’s “in” or “out” at the moment–just wear whatever […]



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If I Could, I Would Wear: Faux Fur November 17, 2016

Edgy? Classy? Luxe? Faux fur has got you covered. Wearing such a bold statement piece can be intimidating, but choosing the right fur item can enhance any outfit. The greatest thing about the material is its flexibility. It shows up on coats, accessories, and more, which means that we have the flexibility in choosing how […]



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Syncopation Clothing: Fashion Made Personal November 16, 2016

“Syncopation Clothing,” established in the summer of 2016, has recently released a collection of hand-embroidered, minimalist baseball caps. Each cap is embroidered by the founder herself, Chrissy Walker, to ensure that no two hats are the same. Walker, a Sophomore in Wharton studying Marketing and Management, has a deep appreciation for fashion and a unique […]



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Inside the Blog: The Blonde Salad November 15, 2016

nother edition of Inside the Blog awaits, with featured blog The Blonde Salad. Most of you may know the face behind the blog more than the blog itself – Chiara Ferragni. Chiara is an international fashion icon, hailing from Italy and making significant impact in Europe and America. Similar to the previously featured Leandra Medine […]



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Hollaback Girl: Throwback to the early 2000s with these Stefani-approved looks November 14, 2016

ith DRL comes the nightmares of Math 104, writing seminar and midterms in random classrooms. But perhaps another reason why the building’s hallways and staircases make Penn undergrads shudder is the fact that they evoke reminiscences of the bad fashion of our elementary school days. The WALK online stylists Sonia Hussain, Tiffany Kim and Cindy […]



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5 Street Style Looks for Less November 14, 2016

This week, the WALK is bringing you five street-style outfits that incorporate the newest trends as well as essential and classic pieces for fall. You don’t need to break the bank to recreate these celeb looks – so we’re here to break it down with a list of similar pieces worth a fraction of the cost. […]



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Fast Fashion Five: Marketing 101 TA Alice Lee On Commanding Authority With Your Wardrobe November 14, 2016

From bartending at Smokes to being a Marketing 101 TA, Alice Lee is making her way around the Penn circle. After graduating from Wharton in 2011 and moving to New York to work in investment banking and private equity, Lee has returned to Penn for her MBA. Read below for Lee’s advice on dressing in […]



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IMHO: Documentaries are for smart people November 11, 2016

his June, in a glorious month between the end of classes and start of my internship at Marie Claire, I decided to brush up on my fashion knowledge.  Did I do the scholarly thing and read a book?  God, no.  I am the laziest person I know and devised a plan to raise my fashion […]



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