This past weekend I was given the opportunity to attend College Fashion Week hosted by Her Campus Media in New York City and definitely had a blast! College Fashion Week (CFW) has served as a must attend event for Collegiette’s all around the United States who have a love for fashion and being exposed to awesome companies such as Milani and People StyleWatch.
Collegiette: a college woman who is on top of her game – strategically career-minded, distinctly fashionable, socially connected, academically driven, and smartly health-conscious, who endeavors to get the most out of her college experience on every level.
When I first arrived to the venue I was in awe of how many ladies were in line for the show. It was great to see so many fellow fashionable women who were equally excited to enter the venue as I was. Upon entering I was greeted by friendly staff, given a rad goody bag, and was able to interact with the various sponsors. I’ll give you a recap of the event below and provide you with reasons as to why CFW New York rocked (You’ll probably start looking out for details for next years show after reading this- trust me!)
1. It was very interactive
One brand that definitely caught my eye while browsing the activation’s was Monthly Gift. Monthly Gift is an upcoming company that provides you with a box of goodies (including chocolate) around that “time of the month.” Definitely keep an eye out for their launch ladies & and click here to visit their site for more information!
2. It was relatable
3. Fashion was on FLEEK!
1. If heading to class instead of grabbing those comfy sweats opt for denim pieces. Don’t limit the denim just to pants but instead try a denim dress or top.
2. For weekend looks try to add in trendy pieces such as 70s flare jeans or a printed cape.
3. When choosing a date night outfit definitely dress to impress. Try mixing casual pieces with a dressier piece to add a touch of glam.
4. Trying to figure out the perfect party look? Be sure to go bold and bend the rules by mixing different trends, prints, and textures.