If you struggle with how to wear colour and brighten your academic wardrobe, this article by Morolake Dairo is for you.
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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.
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.
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!
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.
Stylish Academic Fashion Editor, Dr Madeleine Seys, reflects on her experiences of bespoke tailoring and offers advice on realizing the power of the suit for all stylish academics.
Hola! My Instagram handle is doctora_jewels, and I became interested in jewelry upon inheriting several unique pieces from my grandmother.
Boring is the last thing that Modest Dressing is. Modest Dressing has been a lifestyle choice for many, even before it emerged as a trend embraced by luxury fashion brands like Dolce & Gabbana, combined with a booming market worth US$322 billion globally in 2018 alone.
Dr Steph Smith shares her top 3 tips for the stylish academic on a budget in this article, after convincing us that indeed style and success can co-exist in the world of academia.
I ended my previous article about building a wardrobe on a budget with an adage: a well-made, well-loved garment will pay itself back. However, this sequel is about ensuring that your clothes are well-loved. Maintenance.