A warning for season pushers everywhere

Pushing the fall season in fashion has become a widespread epidemic in my high school. It has been autumn for a week now. We all understand that everyone is excited for feeling the crisp fall air on their cheeks, sitting around a fire, drinking hot chocolate, and all of those other cliche things teenage girls think they’re going to do once fall rolls around (like … Continue reading A warning for season pushers everywhere

The rules of wedding dress shopping should be applied everywhere

I have created a serious problem for myself. It’s kind of like the most important rule they speak of on the show Say Yes to the Dress on TLC: Never try on a wedding dress you can’t afford. If your budget was $2,000, don’t just “try out” a dress for $6,000. You will fall in love with it, you won’t be able to pay for a dress that is three times your budget, … Continue reading The rules of wedding dress shopping should be applied everywhere

Is it just me, or is high school a terrible place?

I have come up with a question for myself about my entire feeling about my high school career, one that I don’t think I will ever be able to answer by myself. Do I hate high school, or just my school? Even though I have friends and several activities at my public high school, I can’t help but dislike it. I have always felt that … Continue reading Is it just me, or is high school a terrible place?

We should all have a right to free stuff

Two years ago I was able to attend Fashion’s Night Out in Soho, and it was absolutely amazing. Promotions and free food were everywhere. I just wish I knew that you had to come early in order to receive the free stuff and possibly meet some huge names in the world of fashion! Unfortunately, this year and last year were not as successful for me. … Continue reading We should all have a right to free stuff

10 reasons why shopping in the suburbs instead of the city should be a crime

This week I have been doing my back-to-school shopping in Soho and my local mall, and even though they share similar stores, they provide very different shopping experiences. Here are a few reasons why NYC is my favorite place to shop, and why Long Island stores and malls should only be utilized in true shopping emergencies. 1. This list is kind of pointless. If you … Continue reading 10 reasons why shopping in the suburbs instead of the city should be a crime