No wonder this country has body image issues with the variation in clothing sizes between brands. By Melissa Farthing, Copy Editor In recent months, I have gained a newfound appreciation for thrift shopping. Why pay exorbitant prices for new clothes when you can find apparel just as nice (and way cheaper) at second-hand stores across … Continue reading Clothing Corruption: Why the U.S. Women’s Fashion Industry Is Full of Lies
People can still be fashionable while stuck at home. By Kennedi McCoy, Staff Writer
Some students say they shop around the community at stores like Dream Center for unique items that local shops have to offer. Others buy products based on price points at box stores such as Walmart. By Shelby Price, Contributor | April 17, 2019
Even though we are no longer on campus, I still have plenty of spring fashion tips for HU students. By Kennedi McCoy, Staff Writer
I reveal the latest fashion trends on HU’s campus. By Kennedi McCoy, Staff Writer This month for HU Trends, we see athletic wear for guys and girls as an every day, all-day look. For girls, we see a lot of leggings with hoodies or pullovers and running shoes or white Air Forces. If you want … Continue reading HU Trends: March 2020
By Kennedi McCoy, Staff Writer I'm sure you're all wondering what's trending this week on HU’s campus. Well, the report is in! Statement pieces and turtlenecks are trending right now. You may ask, “what are statement pieces?” Statement pieces are accessories or something within an outfit that pops out more than everything else you have … Continue reading HU Trends: Turtlenecks and Statement Pieces
Here are three things to keep in mind as you plan your wardrobe this season. By Laura Caicedo, Staff Writer Sept. 21 marked the start of autumn, and we celebrate its festivities with apple cider, stepping on crunchy leaves and relishing in the warmness given to us until the cold of winter hits. In fall, … Continue reading Fall Fashion Tips to Consider
1 Samuel 16:7 says assures God is not concerned with superficial effects such as church attire on Sundays. What we wear, however, might say more about the heart than we think.