Style and Scribbles: Thoughts After Turning 22

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It’s been way too long since I’ve written a blog post. I feel my fingers loosen on the keyboard—itching to create images with words. So here it goes…I’ve missed writing to you and the wordsmith warmth that accompanies this composition. I can still taste the Baked Alaska on my tongue—the rich flavors of raspberry ice […]

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High & Low Fashion For Fall

The black whole of academia, consumed with law papers, journalistic video packages, grad school apps–even medieval manuscripts has officially swallowed me whole. While I enjoy all of these scholarly activities, fashion is quite a necessarily retreat to stay inspired. My fashion therapy sessions have included curating my fall fashion closet. The key to a successful […]

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Keeping Krisunique: How to Decorate Your College Apartment Your Way

I have noticed many “Fashion Girl’s Guides” floating around the Internet in the last few years. These guides reflect everything in life from where you eat, shop, to how you decorate your room. While I enjoy these guides and follow them from time-to-time, I want to clarify that there is no such thing as a […]

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Vartan in a Tartan: Scottish Style

With my green and blue tartan tightly wrapped around me, I stepped inside the beautiful country of Scotland. It was a weekend of time travel, as I traded the crisp white buildings of South Kensington in London for the grey stone buildings of Edinburgh and green fields of the highlands. There was much merriment in […]

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Struttin’ in Stratford

Stratford Upon Avon is a charming little town that is known for its Shakespeare heritage. As it is the place where he was born, wrote some of his plays, got married, and is buried, the town is high on the list for any literary lover.     However, it is more than a Shakespeare sight. It […]

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