By Paige Greene Web Content Assistant Manager Get ready. People in their twenties are obsessed with the ‘70s again. It seems to be a trend to bring back old decades of fashion, music, fads and more. These old items and … Continue reading Why Are We Obsessed with the ‘70s?
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Recently a debate sparked on my twitter timeline that has brought attention to just how much the fashion industry runs on reminding lower-class Americans that they can not afford nice-things and should feel guilty because … Continue reading Fashion isn’t for the Lower Class
By Cameron Arnold, Nichole Black, Armando Serrano and Jelyse SwansonCa$h Radio Hosts This week, the Ca$h Radio hosts discuss the economic aspect of the fashion and beauty industry. This weeks episode features a special interview with Connor DeGraffenried, president of the Texas State Fashion Merchandising … Continue reading Ca$h Radio: Episode 13
By Caden ZieglerWeb Content Contributor As a super busy college student, I find it difficult to keep up with the fashion trends of the spring and fall– I know, total sin, right? Luckily for us, summer is just around the … Continue reading Summer Fashion
By Sami Dugdale Program Director Alex Garcia from the Fashion Merchandising Association sits down with Other Side Drive hosts Lexi Ashbury and April Gutierrez to talk about the FMA Fall Fashion Show. In this interview, Alex talks about the organization … Continue reading FMA Fall Fashion Show 2018
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Whether you’re a hipster or a fashionista, it’s true that everyone (especially at the college age) occasionally gets that urge to do something crazy and out of the ordinary. But to do crazy things, … Continue reading Where to Buy the Weirdest Clothes
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Okay girls, this one is for you. The most important day of our undergraduate year, or our graduation, is fast … Continue reading Finding The Right Shoes for Graduation
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor We’ve all heard the phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle”, but not many of us live by it. Jessica Salazar is different. She’s an ethical lifestyle advocate and she is helping to change the world one … Continue reading Eco-Fashion With Jessica Salazar
By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Journalist She Shreds Magazine came out this SXSW and graced the public with an amazing female-centric Showcase filled with not only music, but inspiration, empowerment, and a beautiful atmosphere. As we were out and about enjoying … Continue reading What’s Your Take On The She Shreds Showcase?
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Every girl’s wardrobe is going to be different because we all have our own style preferences. Once you’re in college, you want to make fashion as easy as possible so it usually goes two … Continue reading A Girl’s Wardrobe Essentials
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Most of us were probably taught that how we present ourselves makes a lasting impression. Typically, when we interact with people, the first thing they notice about us is what we are wearing. I … Continue reading How to Be Fashionably Frugal
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Men have been taught to like football and beer, not clothes and accessories. There are times when I just sit on the benches at the Quad for a few moments, looking at people walking … Continue reading Men Are Becoming Involved in the World of Fashion
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor This semester, I am taking a fashion history class. In this class, we are learning about how clothes have been changing over the years and how trends come and go over and over again. … Continue reading Should Kids Be Dressed Like Adults?
by Jalondra Jones KTSW Web Content If you have any inkling of style then you should already know why and where style phenoms like Gigi Hadid, Pharrell and Alexander Wang were collected this past weekend. The Council of Fashion Designers … Continue reading Two Snaps to That