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The Joys of EBay

Wow! A whole new term! Crazy, right? Over spring break, fashion was definitely something that plagued my thoughts. In this sense, plague was defi- nitely a bad thing. When left to my own devices for ten-ish days I con- stantly found myself scrolling on Depop. Spending hours focusing on the prices of some thrifted favorites,

Rings!

In my geometry class during my sophomore year of high school, there was a girl who wore a bunch of rings on like … all of her fingers. It was probably the equivalent to wearing a pair of brass knuckles, and that’s pretty cool if you ask me. I admired the ability to wear rings

Cowboy Boots, I Love You

So, I have another dilemma. A fashion dilemma and a big one. It has to do with shoes and the fact that I want more than I can afford. I know what you’re thinking. Yes. This is a small dilemma. However, to me it is very important. Throughout my 20 years of life on this

Credit Wear Credit is Due

Welcome back to the Depop chronicles. I believe this is my second piece regarding Depop? Although I love the resale app, I also get extremely frustrated with all of its glory. For those who are unaware, Depop is a trendy, hip, chic, teenybopper resale thrift-store app. Basically, anything you need, you can probably find on

Credit Wear Credit is Due

This is going to be jaw-dropping. I know, but I can’t be sorry. Can someone please, pretty please, with sugar on top, explain the hype around high-top converse still? Before I begin, I just want to say, this is purely based on my experience with high-top converse. I respect them, and I think they are

Credit Wear Credit is Due

I grew up hating them, but now, I love them more than ever. One word: socks. I’m not sure where my strange vehemence for the pre-shoe article came from, but, as a child, I was always barefoot. I suppose I didn’t like feeling trapped or limited by my feet accessories. I would even wear my

Credit Wear Credit is Due

A strange yet intriguing phenomenon at my high school was the obsession with Lululemon athletic wear, despite someone being, well, athletic or not. Now, like cool, man, wear whatever you want. But, these leggings, yoga pants, jackets and shirts ranged from $80 to $200. Now, given that I went to a, some may say, toxic

Transcendent Threads

I’d be remiss to say I don’t love bright colors — how can you not? A life that is monochrome is a lonesome one, to me. Flash backward to June 2019. I’m sitting in the Seeley G. Mudd library, failing to study for my finals, when I get a text from my friend, Emma. I

Transcendent Threads

I know, it’s sad. The post-Christmas retail therapy after being showered with gifts is not, by any means, a sound idea for the bank account. I’m not talking about spending the gift cards you got or making returns, I’m talking about being so sad the holidays are over that you hop online to push away

Transcendent Threads

Recently, I have been growing an extremely hearty, yet expensive, affinity for trousers dated pre-2000s. What does this even mean? Excellent question. Whilst watching this man on the popular, vivacious and apparently controversial app, TikTok, I fell in love with trousers. This man makes videos to the same audio every time, showing off his stellar

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