Inside the Blog: Man Repeller October 6, 2016

  ashion bloggers have become their own pocket of the fashion industry. Blogging operates as a career in and of itself. This is similar to how modeling has become a full-time job — Instagram has allowed models to extend their face time beyond the runway. They market their looks, their style and their lifestyle. Just […]



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So Long Little Black Downtown Dress October 5, 2016

he unwritten, but obvious, rule for downtown attire is the little black dress. We all have that go-to black dress hanging in the closet, and no matter if you’re going to your third downtown or your twentieth, you’re probably growing tired of wearing the same thing – and looking like everyone else. Here are some […]



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Penn students talk shop(ping) October 4, 2016

Ever wonder if you might be a shopaholic, or worry that you don’t spend enough time and effort renewing your wardrobe? Hear how other Penn students approach clothes shopping as they share their tips with you! Do you plan a budget for buying clothes? Mia (E’19): I don’t plan a budget honestly but I do […]



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Chokers: From Dog Collars to Très Chic October 3, 2016

What comes to mind at the mention of the word choker? When I was a kid the first thing that popped into my mind was a mean cartoon dog. As I grew into my tween years, chokers reminded me of 90’s grunge. This style of necklace appeared in pop grunge on celebrities like Avril Lavigne, […]



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Pop in Peplum September 29, 2016

Rarely do styles emerge that are flattering on all body types, but peplums seem to be just that. Peplum tops and dresses are certainly not a new trend, and they don’t seem to be going anywhere. A peplum is a ruffle of fabric added to an item of clothing that flares at the hips or […]



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Fashioning Futures with the Past and Present: Philly Fashion Week Fall 2016 September 27, 2016

Aquilla Harrell never owned a dress form, yet that didn’t stop him from designing clothes. The 23-year-old didn’t allow homelessness to get in the way of his passion either. “I just made it work,” the local designer said of building his brand, Aquilla Savoy. Moved by his perseverance, Philly Fashion Week signed Harrell onto their […]



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Product Review: Jergens Natural Grow Color Primer September 16, 2016

As summer winds down, everyone is looking to keep that natural glow going. Whether you’re trying to avoid harmful UV rays or are stuck in class all day, a great way to fake this glow is with self tanner. A drugstore favorite that many of my friends swear by is Jergens Natural Glow. When I […]



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Working for Free – In Style September 15, 2016

While summer internships have come and gone, Penn students know that every season is internship season. More likely than not, your new employer will have a dress code. So, what exactly is business casual? Business Casual: A Beginner’s Guide Here’s what it’s not: Denim, sheer or revealing dresses and casual tees or tanks most likely […]



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Show Off Your Shoulders September 14, 2016

Before we start falling over ourselves for fall fashion, it’s only fair to take stock of one of summer’s show-stopping looks – and, to take advantage of the few warm weeks we have left to wear it. Showing more skin in the warmer months is expected, as is getting a shade or two tanner beneath […]



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My Life Unpacked Special Edition: Alexis Maybank of Project September September 12, 2016

“My Life Unpacked” is a recurring series inspired by Pointe Magazine’s “Show and Tell,” which features various leaders by detailing the items they deem worthy of carrying to their outstanding activities. Recently, I was fortunate enough to work with the amazing Alexis Maybank and discuss her new company that is shaking up the worlds of both tech […]



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Monokini So Teeny: the Return of One-Piece Swimsuits September 12, 2016

The smell of chlorine. Humid locker rooms. The coach’s shrill whistle. This scene used to come to mind when I thought of one-piece swimsuits. During required swimming classes in middle school, I decided one-piece swimsuits weren’t “cool” to wear on vacation or at the beach. I associated them with childhood or with athletics; it never […]



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Adidas Superstardom April 26, 2016

There was a time when you could tell which hallmate was in the bathroom stall in front of you just by looking at their shoes. This useful skill has become harder and harder to master because of the sudden arrival of Adidas Superstars. All jokes aside, I see people wearing them everyday on Locust, in […]



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Riley Versa: The WALK Feature Preview (Exclusive) April 25, 2016

Check out The WALK Web’s exclusive preview from The WALK Magazine’s print feature on Riley Versa! Be sure to snag a copy of our Spring issue, out on Tuesday April 26th, and stop by our Launch Party!    We know you’ve been there: you’re on vacation, just made it under the 50-pound luggage weight limit (who […]



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Product Review: NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil April 22, 2016

As formal season rolls around, it’s a fun time to play up your look. I decided to test out NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil. As someone who loves a fun lipstick, I can say that this product did not disappoint. I tried out the Roman Holiday Color, a bright bubblegum pink. The lip color was perfect; […]



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Fast Fashion, Streetwear, High Fashion: What’s the Difference? April 21, 2016

f you’re reading this, you probably want to dress well. In fact, I’ll go one step further: if you’re reading this, you probably not only want to dress well, but also care how you do it. This is, of course, a double-edged sword. Once you start caring about how you dress, you open up Pandora’s […]



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It’s a Fling Thing: Festival Fashion April 20, 2016

Penn students’ favorite holiday has once again come and gone, and just like any good concert or festival, Penn’s Spring Fling has distinct fashion trends that follow it from year to year. While Coachella has its flower crowns, Spring Fling has its witty tanks, and so much more. Some Fling veterans gave some introspect and […]



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