Summer festival fashion trends of 2018

by Victoria Ebner For Unwind Magazine From the runways of New York fashion week to the streets of Los Angeles, everyone from Kendall Jenner to Hailey Baldwin has been rocking all the same trends. Yet, even though the days of catwalks are over, celebrities will be strutting around soon in a different environment: music festivals. From Coachella to Lollapalooza to Made in America, stars will … Continue reading Summer festival fashion trends of 2018

How to fashionably navigate rainy days

by Alicia Barillari For Unwind Magazine Staying stylish when the weather is screaming “wear grey and be miserable” is often a challenge. But a stylish, spring outfit on a rainy day in April can make all the difference in your mood and it may not be as much of a challenge as you think. So picture this: It’s Wednesday. Your eyes are searching for sunshine … Continue reading How to fashionably navigate rainy days

Bras Don’t Grow on Trees, But Maybe They Should

by Eliseé Browchuk For Unwind Magazine For women, the cost of everyday essentials can pile up. From monthly tampons to the daily support of a bra, women are forced to hand over money for simply being a woman. Bras are one of the most controversial products in the women’s clothing industry. The intimate product can range in price from $6.99 at the local Rugged Wearhouse … Continue reading Bras Don’t Grow on Trees, But Maybe They Should

Sustainable fashion brands combat plastic and other waste

by Zoe Rader Staff Writer Humans buy a million plastic water bottles globally every minute, according to The Guardian. After consumption, they’re recycled or disposed and find their way to overcrowded landfills around the world, which contributes to a massive environmental issue of excess waste. However, some of these water bottles take an alternative route. In fact, the plastic could end up stamped with a … Continue reading Sustainable fashion brands combat plastic and other waste

Men’s Fashion: Terps talk campus trends and male style

by Charlotte Dulany For Unwind Magazine As Men’s Spring Fashion Weeks come to an end worldwide, how true is the stereotype that men don’t care about fashion? Though always integrated, the emergence of male celebrity fashion moguls, such as Kanye West, Jay Z and Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, has emphasized the link between hip-hop and fashion. These celebrities have influenced their followers to keep an eye … Continue reading Men’s Fashion: Terps talk campus trends and male style

The increasing hype and price of designer sneakers

by Andrew Seidel For Unwind Magazine Many college students grew up in a time where the most sought-after shoes were Nike Foamposites and Air Jordans, with celebrity basketball players LeBron James and Kobe Bryant’s signature sneakers garnering respectable attention as well. Though athletes once ruled the sneaker landscape, the focus has now shifted to what rappers and other recording artists wear on their feet. This … Continue reading The increasing hype and price of designer sneakers

Packing for Spring Break: 5 Necessities

by Natalie Harvey For Unwind Magazine Spring is around the corner and it’s almost time to start shifting gears from worrying about getting your assignments in on time to deciding between last-minute spring break adventures. Below is a list of five packing essentials you should always have on hand during your weeklong getaway. 1. No matter where you go, a personalized playlist will provide the … Continue reading Packing for Spring Break: 5 Necessities

Bodysuits: A look at the latest fashion trend

By Analeigh Hughes For Unwind Magazine Many fashion trends come and go with the seasons, but one that is consistently present is the bodysuit. Whether you’re walking down Route 1 on a Friday night or walking into a classroom on a Monday morning, you’re guaranteed to see this wardrobe staple all around campus. The bodysuit, originally invented in the late 1800’s by Jules Leotard, was … Continue reading Bodysuits: A look at the latest fashion trend

Unraveling the ugly Christmas sweater tradition

By Sydney Fazio For Unwind Magazine Wearing an “ugly” sweater to a holiday party is the perfect way to get everyone in the Christmas spirit while garnering a few laughs along the way. Yet, the process of picking the perfect ugly sweater is intricate. Cost, appearance and practicality are all things to consider. Luckily, there’s nothing more fun and exhilarating than sitting at home and … Continue reading Unraveling the ugly Christmas sweater tradition

Winter is Coming: 5 essentials to stay fashionably warm this season

By Oyinkansola Awosika For Unwind Magazine It’s getting colder outside and you may be wondering what that means in the fashion world. Here are five essential pieces to keep in mind when stocking your winter 2017 wardrobe: Layer Up: Adding layers to your outfit is an easy way to make your spring or summer clothes work in the winter and avoid restocking your whole closet. … Continue reading Winter is Coming: 5 essentials to stay fashionably warm this season

Fishnet Fashion still as popular since the 1900s

By Nicole Weinstein Staff Writer Concealing yet revealing, fishnets are a popular fashion trend that dates back to the early 1900s–and don’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Fishnet stockings came to America in 1908 from Paris, France and gained popularity in the 1920’s when flapper girls wore them underneath their dresses to dance more freely. This began the association of fishnet stockings with … Continue reading Fishnet Fashion still as popular since the 1900s

Bell Sleeves are Making a Comeback

By Amanda Deutch Photographer Everything that comes in style, goes out of style before eventually coming back into style once again. This season, the style of the 70s is back and girls all over the country are embracing everything the trend has to offer. Even though bell-bottom jeans made a comeback two years ago, the bell sleeve is taking the spotlight–adding literal flair to any … Continue reading Bell Sleeves are Making a Comeback