• Flying North for the Winter: A Cold Weather Style Guide

    The holidays are coming up, as evidenced by increasingly chilly temperatures and the many Christmas-themed commercials that are already hitting the airwaves. Maybe you’re counting down the days to an East Coast vacation or you’re just trying to avoid the drudgery of yoga pants and sweatshirts on those uncharacteristically chilly winter days – either way, if you’re a Southern girl like I am, it’s quite likely that you’re totally clueless about how best to bundle up when the temperatures drop. Now that I’m living in New England, I’ve had to learn the hard way that my cute leather jacket alone isn’t gonna cut it. Here are a few of my…

  • SPOTTED: European Street Style

         At the time that I left College Station for a semester to go abroad to Dresden, Germany, I looked like any other Aggie girl. My hair was tied up in a messy bun, and I adorned a cozy, comfort color long sleeve, coupled with my Victoria’s Secret sweatpants. Draped over that was my oversized Columbia jacket, and a pair of Sperry’s topped it all off. 14 hours later, when I finally touched down in Germany, I was shocked at how remarkably well dressed the men and women were. Whether they had landed from a three or thirteen-hour flight, they were dressed as if they had just stepped out…

  • Bipolar Weather: Layers, Layers, Layers!

    Sometimes the weather here can be so unpredictable, that you’re not sure whether to sport a down jacket or a tank top. This issue is especially emphasized during the transition of the seasons. Stepping out in baggy wool sweater and a pair of jeans on a day which ends up being eighty-five degrees and humid will leave you looking sad and weather-confused. But have no fear! I have found the perfect solution for those of you who live in similar climates of bipolar weather conditions or simply are struggling to dress during the transition of seasons. This magical formula will keep you looking polished and on point, yet still completely…