I’m a New Orleans native studying Comparative Literature at Brown University. Passionate about foreign languages, I love traveling and studying abroad. In my free time, I also enjoy reading, watching movies, hosting a radio show, food gawking, and listening to and performing music.
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If you’re looking to add a preppy, personal touch to your wardrobe, look no further than Marley Lilly. Based out of South Carolina, this online store offers a one-stop shopping destination for all things monogrammed and personalized. Bandeau Tops As summer approaches, consider investing in one of Marley Lilly’s adorable monogrammed bandeau tops. Available in [...]
Spring has sprung and with it come outdoor concerts, beach trips, and days in the sun. Springtime is also the season of major holidays like Easter and Passover. As you prepare for your Seder or Sunday brunch, here are a few spring dresses styles that are both cute and appropriate for such family-oriented occasions.
One of the most important yet oft-overlooked accessories in a modern girl’s wardrobe is the iPhone. Constantly glued to our ears and hands, the iPhone is a staple in all variety of looks, from the everyday to the night out. Whether we’re spending some quality time with friends, walking across campus, or attending a fancy black tie event, we always have our tiny smart devices to keep us in touch with the outside world (or to provide a quick game of Angry Birds).
Constantly lugging around laptops, textbooks, and other such necessities, college students can never have too many bags. Keeping this idea in mind, I’d like to put the spotlight on a fairly new company named ESPEROS, which simultaneously provides trendy bags and a great way to give back to those in need. Launched in early 2012, [...]
Last spring, French designer Isabel Marant created a buzz on the runways with her Willow wedge sneakers. Combining suede, leather, and effortless cool, the sneakers became an overnight must-have. The nicely concealed wedge adds height without forcing the wearer to sacrifice comfort, and the shoes come in a variety of solid and multicolored options. Unfortunately, [...]
Every January and July marks an exciting time in France: les soldes! These state-regulated sales occur twice a year and last about six weeks. During this marvelous span of time, everything is on sale. Well, maybe not everything, but essentially every department store, boutique, and designer outlet during this time marks down last season’s products to [...]
So, it’s finals time. As the temperature drops and lecture classes come to a close, there’s still that big, seemingly indestructible barrier separating you from your dream of being home for the holidays. With the endless hours spent studying in the library, meeting with your TA, or finishing up that last group project, fall semester [...]
As I’ve noted in earlier posts, I am studying abroad in Paris this semester. For reasons too numerous to even list, studying abroad is without doubt an amazing opportunity, one that few people (if any?) regret. As much as I am truly, madly, deeply in love with my university, I wouldn’t trade this experience in [...]
As the weather becomes progressively more cold and gray, it’s hard to avoid those autumn showers. This is particularly true if you go to school in a place that seems to exist in a persistent state of gloom, like Providence or Seattle. Don’t let your murky environment get to you or your wardrobe for that [...]