The month of May has brought the spring season to San Diego. Up until now, it’s been uncharacteristically cold and the only way to combat the weather was with bold, punchy colors and large, daring patterns.
During the wintertime, my favorite accessory has to be my knee-high leather boots. I wear them almost every day.
Spring is here and it’s officially festival season.
Taking a trend and making it campus-appropriate can be tough. But that’s partly why CollegeFashionista exists: to show you, through other stylish students, how transforming a runway look into a school one can be done.
Spring has officially arrived, and while that usually entails yellows, reds and oranges galore, I can still appreciate a predominantly black outfit to welcome the season.
The hearts on her skirt said it all. I fell completely in love with this Fashionista’s charming outfit from a mile away.
With the major resurgence of animal print on the spring 2011 runways, the jungle-esque patterns are just as worthy of being regarded as neutrals.
Whether you dress it up or dress it down, the oversized sweater has the power to become your BFF this semester.
Button down shirt, military green jacket and paperboy hat. Talk about masculine-inspired fashion done right.
In the real world, men and fashion do not usually go together. Manly men get as excited with fixing things around the house as Fashionistas get opening their latest issue of Vogue.
With neutrals dominating the runways and stores and drab, gray skies looming overhead, it’s invigorating to see a pop of color in what would otherwise be a simple outfit. Shoes, jewelry, and headwear are all ways to provide that much needed statement. But we’ve been there. We’ve done all that: shocking heels, eye-catching jewels, great headbands. So, Fashionistas, get ready. There’s a new statement piece in town.
I think every Fashionista gets excited when a new season finally rolls around. It gives us a chance to change up our look (and perhaps more importantly, an excuse to go shopping) in order to adapt to the new season. Unfortunately, 70 degree weather is the norm here in Southern California on a late October day.