Tag Archives: Style
I’m sure it’s no news to you that autumn is drawing to a close with the winter months swiftly approaching. This brings its own set of problems other than those nasty December deadlines.
In a city full of shops targeting students as their main consumer, it’s hard to believe that one aspect of women’s fashion is often overlooked. Between rails of petite fashion and winter-wear there is a distinct lack of retailers catering for the tall girl’s plight, and shopping for jeans can often become a momentous task.
Bonfires, toffee apples and dazzling sunsets are pretty sweet – but the best part of autumn for me can be found lining the rails at every store on the High Street.
World War Two had been over for a while, but only in the 1950s did we Europeans begin feeling like we could celebrate. Sure, Americans had been living it up for years, but now that rationing had ended and our economy wasn’t a total mess, it was time to join in.
Interviews come up time and time again at university. Whether it’s for work experience, part-time jobs or an internship – they’re everywhere. And with interviews comes the dreaded question of what you’re going to wear. So here’s our guide on how to dress to impress, without looking like you’re reusing your old school uniform.
Payday may have been. Or, you might be absolutely broke from spending too much of your budget. But you will be okay, because The Linc have rounded up the perfect knitwear for you if you’re watching your money. Don’t worry, we have got you covered.
The fashion industry is a product of the modern age, at least according to Wikipedia. It is a distinctive and often constant trend in which a person dresses.
What was originally an eco-friendly shopping bag is now becoming more and more of a fashion statement.