The sophomore described her vintage-inspired look, the appeal and drawbacks of the vintage style community and tips on making modern clothes look historical.
“Using the dryers is quite the toss-up. Your clothes will either come out with holes burned through them, or they will still be wet. Either way, Butler dryers are not making your already difficult life easier.”
With the uprise of thrift shopping in the last several decades, Butler students are beginning to spice up their closets while not breaking the back. Here are four thrift stores in the Indianapolis area that Butler students recommend.
Micah Horne is passionate about advertising and marketing which she uses to help promote her clothing brand ASYM.
In a society wherein men are objectively advantaged, the male gaze is bound to permeate every aspect of our lives.
Multimedia reporter Alexis Wallman talks with Butler University junior Erin Haugh about her student-run business, Thrift Easy.
Our generation consumes more than any before us. We are constantly force-fed images of the latest trends, prompting us to spend our money on some disposable garment that we may wear for a few months before tossing it to the side.
An online buying and selling forum created by a faculty member promotes interaction within Butler community.
Columnist Madeleine Lucchetti dives into the intricacies of Butler fashion.