If you struggle with how to wear colour and brighten your academic wardrobe, this article by Morolake Dairo is for you.
Impostor syndrome affects everyone in some way, and it’s important to remember that it’s common but not an indication of reality.
More and more brands are becoming conscious of the need to change the way the fashion industry operates. The current rate of consumption and speed of fast fashion is untenable. We need ethical fashion brands.
Dr. Mike Irene reviews 5 tools you need on your PhD that would greatly improve your experience on the journey.
Stylish Academic Fashion Editor, Madeleine Seys, passionate ethical shopper and thoughtful dresser, provides her advice for thinking outside the box and finding unique pieces in charity shops.
James Watson, DNA pioneer and science icon, is the most recent example in how to get it wrong as a scientist.
So here I am, here on Bumble, swiping left and right…For one, there is the uncanny feeling that reverting to online dating is a sign I have been defeated in the real world….
When I saw this event being advertised I thought I must be dreaming. Here was something right at the intersection of two of my major interests, fashion and mental health, and it was (in London terms) right on my doorstep!
We asked five stylish academic brides to share their top wedding advice on everything from planning the wedding to the day itself. Here is what they had to say:
Academic fashion can be tricky sometimes. This is why Dr. Aaron Hanlon shares some useful tips on finding affordable and sustainable ways to outfit yourself for academia’s contradictory pressures and demands.