In honor of MUSE, our spring fashion show, being tomorrow we are bringing you the highlights from UC Berkeley's spring show. We hope you are just as excited as we are to see what our UCLA designers have in store! See you there!
There is no denying that 90's fashion has come back in full force, and there is no better place to get inspired for 90's dressing than the classic 90's teen film Clueless.
For most of us today, 90's inspired dressing calls for shredded high wasted shorts, slouchy tees, and plaid--lots and lots of plaid. But is that all there is to it? As Cher would say: Ugh. As if!Clueless perfectly captures the element of 90's fashion that is often forgotten about in today's stylized version of the era--outrageous and unapologetic preppiness.
These over-the-top styles are are a kick to look back at for nostaligia's sake, but lets take a cue from Wildfox Couture's SS13 look book and give these styles a modern spin. Clearly, its time to break out the thigh high white socks, monochome short suits, crop tops, micro cardigans, and mini skirts. We couldn't be more excited to give the trend a try.
Plus who wouldn't want Cher's massive computerized closet? Our question is, can it fit in our dorm room?
It looks like we may be taking a momentary digression back into the chills of winter, but don't let the cold weather get you down. Combat the grey skies with graphic striped pants, a bad ass pair of biker boots and a pouty red lip. Throw on a pair of red sunglasses and a bowler hat and you are good to go!
First discovered at age 16 for her beauty and her lovely voice, Brigitte Bardot instantly became a pop princess in France. However, it was her sex appeal on the big screen that propelled her as as a fashion and beauty icon world wide. She was one of the first to resemble a barbie doll-like physique, being a size zero with a nineteen inch waist, while still having killer curves. Bardot was famous for wearing the full skirts and dresses that characterized the fashion of the 1950's and 1960's. Bardot constantly brought an easy sexiness to her outfits, wearing her gorgeous blonde locks free and flowing. No matter what she wore, even if her ensemble was on the conservative side, Bardot kept the liberating spirit of the French allure. Her strong confidence is proof that being sexy does not come from wearing skimpy attire, but from inner sensuality, which is why she is still celebrated today as a fashion icon.