Clothes that let you go out free

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Retro Girl's guide

We love wearing fancy clothes and dressing up. We all also love doing that extra bit for the daily routine to stand out. However, the one that I can literally say on behalf of all the girls is “WE HATE WEARING BRAS“. If you are a girl, you already know it, if you are a guy, make sure you know it. The underwires, the pads, the straps, everything sucks. However, as much as we know this, we also know, it is almost a mandate. But, what if I say, it’s not? Yes, you read it right, my girl. You can walk out without wearing a bra and people would not even notice. And, I assure you, you would look as flawless as always with genuinely no extra efforts. All you have to do is pick the right material and cloth.

Note: This guide is only for occasions or…

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Week of Wear: Pinterest Outfits for the Life of a Scientist

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The Graduate Perspective

Outfit1_2Pinterest is one of my favorite social media platforms, because there are beautiful images and tons of inspiration for everything from DIY crafts to fashion. It is a great place to create a collection of things that inspire you especially in the wardrobe department. Working in a university research lab, means two things, that I don’t have to wear business formal clothing and that my attire has to follow lab safety standards. The general guidelines include closed-toe shoes, long pants, and no loose sleeves. However, in the past I found it a little tricky to translate style of influencers and fashion bloggers into practical everyday outfits for my life as a scientist. For this blog post, I was inspired to do a “Week of Wear” test to recreate outfits from Pinterest for a whole work week and observe how they translate to a life of a scientist.

I tried to replicate…

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