We think studying for finals would be much easier if graphs looked a little more like this.
Bring Marc Jacobs along in your backpack next fall with his adorable new line of school supplies. Even cuter? The name: Bookmarc.
Lemondrop tells us what NOT to wear on a first date.
Scarves are great for wrapping around your neck, but why not get a little more creative? Refinery 29 has 4 new ways to wear your scarves.
There’s something so cute about BellaSugar’s post on owl-inspired accessories. Even better? The Glee references.
FabSugar shows us 10 sassy and stylish spring bras, with styles ranging from sporty to girly and everything in between.
On a similar note, RealBeauty has some great tips on finding underwear that works for you.
Model Hair Tricks is a great look at the secrets behind runway-perfect hair.
InStyle did a great feature on Spring accessory trends. Fun!
The nude-colored clothing trend is not the easiest thing to pull off. Fortunately, Stylelist helps make it a whole lot simpler with their practical tips to wearing the nude trend.
Vogue’s guide to dressing for the Cannes Film Festival. (Hey, a girl can dream!)
If you’re a Karl Lagerfeld fan, you must check out the trailer for his new short film, Remember Now.
ROFL. Refinery29’s Top 10 “Fashionable” Infomercials is SO funny.
Whether you’re doing an internship this summer or are planning to join the corporate world soon, these tips on developing a professional wardrobe will help you take your closet to the next level.
According to The Frisky, there’s a new celebrity-turned-author is in the making… Tyra Banks is writing a book.
Are you a design student? If so, you might want to skip this article on how design students can’t find jobs.
Similarly depressing: USA Today finds one-third of college students need remedial math and reading classes.
Denim Therapy is an amazing new service we discovered that fixes your ripped jeans and makes them magically look like new. Even better? It’s cheap!
My prayers have been answered: Daria is finally on DVD!!!
The most commonly used adjectives and expressions in fashion magazines is a great list and applies to blogs as well. We’re definitely guilty of over-using a few of those. Let the brainstorming for new adjectives begin…
That’s all we’ve got for this week! Share any links you found noteworthy this week by leaving a comment, and we’ll check them out!