Spring Semester Roundup: The Fits You Missed

As spring semester of my sophomore years draws to a close, I can’t even fathom how quickly college is going by. Let’s not even talk about it. This semester has been very experimental for me in many regards and I think that my style has reflected that. I got out of my comfort zone and…

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Sorry, Boo: You Just Got Ghosted

When you google the term “ghosting”, this is the result: The fact that the second definition even exits is a clear indication of the commonality of the phenomenon of ghosting. The practice of leaving someone you’ve been involved with “by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication” is obviously not a rare occurrence if it’s warranted a…

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bkindcity

Over spring break while home in Buffalo, I had the pleasure of shooting with Katie Monacelli, an entrepreneur-designer-photographer-cool-girl extraordinaire. Katie is one of those people who basically does it all. She’s the founder of bkindcity, an incredible clothing brand that provides a meal for someone in need at the Buffalo City Mission with every item sold.…

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Ted Talk by Kaustav Dey

By Morgan Watch Kaustav’s Ted Talk ” How fashion helps us express who we are – and what we stand for” here As a fashion blogger and personal style enthusiast, I find it incredibly disheartening when the entirety of the fashion industry and those who have an appreciation for style are generalized as self-absorbed and…

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Hatted: My New Spring Staple

  The beautiful thing about having short hair is that no hat is off limits. I find that I’m much more adventurous with headwear and accessories with my short tresses. Not to mention, my head gets cold quite easily and hats are the perfect way to cover up and complete an outfit. A good hat…

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Honey, I’m Home: Life Update

  The more time I spend amidst the electric chaos that is New York City, the more I appreciate my homecomings to the city of Buffalo. There’s something about sleeping in my own bed, eating at my favorite local spots and seeing familiar faces that makes me feel grounded and at ease. Buffalo truly is…

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Vintage Leather

There’s nothing like a vintage leather jacket. The smell, the texture, the distressing; each aspect gives the garment personality. This well-loved, Banana Republic leather bomber jacket belonged to my Dad. When I came across it while searching my attic for winter sweaters, I knew that I had to style it. I wanted to play with…

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