The cold winter air may have you feeling blue, especially as we patiently wait for summer where floaty sundresses and crop tops await. Don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to stay warm and chic in August, what better than a bomber jacket to throw over your shoulders and complete.
Chokers have well and truly become a craze as of late. Perfectly snapped and styled on Instagram, seen in almost every shop window, resting on the collarbones of hundreds of girls, it’s practically impossible to escape the choker fad. Here’s a few ways you can rock a choker this winter..
Note: The opinions in this article are that of the author and do not reflect the Tertangala or the University of Wollongong So for those of you just tuning in, Kimye and Taylor are still feuding over Kanye’s controversial song lyric in his track Famous. Kanye raps, “I feel like me.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d know that finger tip rings, stacked rings and layered rings have been super popular for the past year. This trend shows no signs of slowing down, so here’s a few tips for nailing the look. 1. Keep it simple When you’re wearing.
If you’re anything like me, the mere thought of wearing white jeans fills you with dread. In fact, wearing any colour other than black is enough to make me tremble. White is not the most forgiving colour and is quite a daring shade for jeans, so many people are reluctant.
Maroon Maroon has always been a fall-favourite when it comes to nail polish and lipstick, but this gorgeous cranberry hue is making its way into more and more of our winter wardrobe staples Khaki Not just for camo anymore, khaki is the perfect way to accentuate olive skin and bring.
The views expressed in this post are of my own, and are not reflected by the Tertangala or the University of Wollongong. Beige seems to be the trend du jour. From matte coffin nails, lipsticks, naked dresses, heels (lace up stilettos, of course), everyone’s paring it back for that barely-there shade..
Note: This article may contain spoilers The opinions of this piece are that of the author and not reflective of the Tertangala or the University of Wollongong I give this film a 3.5/5 stars, a delightful film absolutely worth watching. Under the direction of James Bobbin, with Tim Burton.
There seems to be a stigma attached to women who wear high heels to uni—or anywhere casual, really. People say: why would you do that? That’s really silly. Don’t your feet hurt? Your feet look like they hurt. News flash: if I wear heels, it’s because I want to—not to.
The opinions expressed in this article are of the author’s and are not reflective of the Tertangala or the University of Wollongong. By Ben Kohler, @FakeBenKohler Rating: 9.5/10 Captain America: Civil War is the third Captain America film and the second directed by the Russo Brothers and.