Month: May 2021

Kickstart Your Summer Style With These 7 Types of Accessories


With summer just around the corner and the world slowly but surely opening up, it is time to start thinking about getting dressed again. Over the last year, we scaled back our wardrobes and returned to our favorite fashion staples. But in that time, we also rediscovered the charm of our accessories: those versatile styling pieces that have a way of injecting personality into any look.

The accessories of the Tod’s Summer 2021 collection are a tribute to the distinct spirit of Italian summer style. Light materials such as cotton, raffia, and linen are celebrated throughout the collection. The exaggerated proportions of the collection’s miniature and oversized bags channel the playful summer mood with effortless style.

Whether they’re paired with denim for a chic city look or the hero of your go-to beach outfit, these versatile accessories embody the sunny attitude we’re most looking forward to this season. Take note.

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Fashion students base designs off historical figures | Education

SOA fashion designs

Above are designs created by Mia Lassiter (left) and Tomi Olalere (right) for their senior thesis as fashion and design students.

Fashion and design students from Charleston County School of the Arts drew inspiration from historical figures for the fashion and design department’s 8th annual fashion show.

Family, friends and the student fashion designers themselves gathered at the school’s Rose Maree Myers Theater to view a virtual showing of student models parading down a runway in outfits created by the students.

Fashion sketches

Fashion sketches by Mia Lassiter, a senior fashion and design student. 

This year, the show’s theme “Overlooked” challenged the fashion design students to choose a historical figure who were not well known during their lifetime. The students explored themes relating to religion, racial justice, LGBTQ+ rights and gender equality; some students incorporated elements of nature into their designs, while others let the fabrics and embellishments

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Woman shares amazing make-up hack which makes you look like the ‘catfish filters’ effortlessly

WE all know what it’s like to take a selfie with a filter on and think: ‘I wish I looked this good in real life.’

Fortunately, a woman has revealed her ultimate trick to make that wish a reality, as she’s shared a super easy way to make your face match your favourite filter.

Chloe does her make-up while she has a filter on


Chloe does her make-up while she has a filter onCredit: TikTok/@chloetayloruk

Tiktok user Chloe Taylor shared her genius method with her followers, and viewers are saying she’s a “genius”.

Chloe said the technique is a “make-up hack for anyone that sucks at make-up as much as I do”.

She explained: “Put a filter on that you like, and then do your make-up where the different parts of the make-up are on the filter.”

Chloe then shows what she looked like with the filter on, and what she looked like after the filter was turned

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Collin Houses, Inc

Sometimes we are able to get so centered on the new, and Nicole reminds us what’s charming concerning the old. We also love that she reps her hometown Detroit whenever she can. A enjoyable spin on a classic, Ask This Old House lets viewers ask the charming hosts questions about more manageable home improvement projects. They do an excellent phase poking fun at themselves where they try to guess what unusual-trying power tools do. Whether we’re on the lookout for ideas to improve our own houses or live vicariously via different individuals’s remodels, home improvement superstar reveals are more than just a guilty pleasure. They give us the tips we crave and guide us through the loopy world of home possession.

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