With the holiday season coming up, many thoughts are running through student’s heads. Among those are thoughts of finals, winter break and winter holidays. If you’re like me, these holidays, while spending time with family, also involve finding the perfect winter holiday outfit.
Halloween is quickly approaching and Athens is already in full swing. 2017 has been full of memorable events and we are here to help to navigate making an impression Oct. 31. Here’s FANGLE’s top predictions for what will be the most popular Halloween costumes this year during the Athens Block Party.
Mackenzie Kane | Lifestyle Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
The past few years, we have watched the world of makeup evolve into a movement. Instagram has become impossible to scroll through without seeing at least one person looking bomb as hell showing off their makeup. Doing makeup has gained popularity past only women using it as well. Everyone and anyone can, and are, getting their makeup brushes dirty to paint masterpieces onto their faces. At the forefront of this makeup movement is none other than Rihanna.
Living in Athens, there are not many places to shop for clothes to wear out to the next big party, to win over people during recruitment, or to help impress the cute boy who sits next to you in marketing. Luckily, there are some very cute boutiques on campus; however– as cute as they are– there are not many options for clothing, and the prices can sometimes be higher than you’d want them to be.
Think about the last time you saw a really cool pair of jeans or an stunningly quirky belt, when you asked that person where they got the item, did they proudly respond “a thrift store”? My bet would be yes. Today, it is becoming more trendy to shop at your local Goodwill or consignment shop than it is to go to the mall. The appeal to thrifting is not surprising, with the (typically) great pricing and unique pieces, many people are turning away from the crowded malls to smaller, charismatic thrift shops. Whether it is for environmental, economic or personal preference, thrifting is the new “it” thing to do.
Lifestyle Writer| Ian Kenyon | Ik656315@ohio.edu | @iankenyon13
Walking through the streets of Athens, it’s hard to find a clothing store that doesn’t sell just OU apparel. When you do find one, it’s so expensive and you walk out of the store with nothing. However, if you take a short stroll down Union Street, you may notice the new apparel store called 10 West. This fun and inexpensive store is perfect for students who are tired of just seeing Bobcat attire, and it’s very inexpensive with items as low as $2.00, and with deals up to 70% off.
Katie Harrison is an up-and-coming fashion designer looking to shake up the industry. A fashion major at Columbus College of Art and Design, Harrison makes a side-living by designing and selling clothing, occasionally participating in the modeling and photography of her clothes as well.
Campus style and weather can go hand in hand, especially on Ohio University’s campus. With the hills, steps and long class commutes, many students find themselves asking the same question each morning -– style or comfort?
The 2016 Victoria’s Secret Swim Special aired March 9 to give women an inside look at the hottest swimsuits on some of the most beautiful models in the world. After seeing the Swim Special, it becomes obvious the brand lacks one thing — extended sizing.
Many women exalt Victoria’s Secret as the go-to option for lingerie on the market due to the company’s various 1,000 locations and large advertising budget. According to IBISWorld report in 2015, Victoria’s Secret brands have reported control of 61.8 percent of the U.S. lingerie market. This dominant lingerie retailer excludes curvy or plus-sized women who do not fit into the maximum size of an XL/18 and cup size 40 DDD. For swimwear, the size range is smaller, with the largest size being a 38 DD.
Festival Season may as well be its own spring fashion show. Celebrities like Vanessa Hudgens strut around Coachella in hippie collections, while Kylie Jenner can be seen in a leisure glam look of the rich and famous. In Appalachian Ohio, the fest season is its own holiday, where the annual drink is beer and the jolly cheers of drunk words can be heard loud for all to hear. The commencement of the fest season would not be complete without the runway spring styles Ohio University students adorn.