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Fashion Dialogue: Fashion Statement or Political Mistake?

I'm excited to introduce a new series of posts called "Fashion Dialogue"! Our bloggers will give their two cents on certain topics that we find interesting or controversial, and we'll share them here on the blog to get you all updated and thinking about happenings in the fashion world. Please feel free to comment your thoughts and opinions below, on our Facebook, or by email at 6100mainfashion@gmail.com !
Fast fashion brands such as Forever21, Urban Outfitters, and Zara have seen a great increase in popularity the past few years. Their clothing and accessories closely follow runway trends, essentially making it affordable for the middle and lower class to look like they just stepped out of Barney's or Vogue. These companies market to such a wide range of fashion styles, economic classes, and age groups (ages 5 years and up, basically) that they are able to put almost any sort of item on the market and expect to make sales. Naturally, there is bound to be at least …

BCL: Last Minute Guide

You wake up and check your phone only to notice that Facebook has reminded you that Baker College Limits is happening today and you totally forgot. You already promised that you'd go so now you're in a bit of a mess. What do you wear? Is it more like a public party with live music a la Sid 80s or a chill event unworthy of anything more than sweats and a free t-shirt?
That's were we come in! Read this quick guide to give you some ideas on what to wear to add to your (awesome) Baker College Limits experience!
Luckily today is going to be a warm one, a nice 71 degrees, unfortunately shadowed by the call for thunderstorms throughout the day.
With this in mind here are a few ideas to inspire you for BCL~!
Keep it Simple Grunge: This look consists of a combination of different hues for a simple but edgy look. Stick to blacks, whites, and greys in plain jeans, shirts, and flannels to channel your inner grunge!
Inspiration: Keep it comfy This look is all about freedom to move and…

NAILED IT!

Ok, so on a college student budget purchasing Louboutin heels may not be a priority right now, however you can have the next best thing with Christian Louboutin's first nail polish line! 
These electric hues will still turn heads, especially with a sensational bottle to match. The sharp shape is inspired by Mr. Louboutin's Ballerina Ultima 8-inch (yes-EIGHT INCH) heels! At about $50 a pop, it's a much friendlier price than the shoes ;) Add this to your wish list! 



Queen Bey even dares to wear the Ballerina Ultima's in her Green Light video: 





Where to buy: Sephora, Christian Louboutin e-store, Nordstorm, Neiman Marcus  by Mary Anderson