Fashion Month is pretty much the greatest procrastination tool ever created. There’s so many things to look at which ultimately take the greatest amount of time away from things I should be doing. In the street style snaps there was one really common look done a variety of ways but featured two main pieces: boyfriend blazers + jeans.
A few months ago it seemed like everyone was throwing around their most trendy wellness tips, and one of the most popular, especially according to Hollywood, was grounding. No, it’s not the kind we used to get as disobedient kids, but rather, exactly as it sounds: creating balance via the ground. Grounding, or Earthing, is using the ground and it’s natural electrical current to balance out your body. It made me super curious because we didn’t really talk about that in Earth Science so I decided to do a little research on Grounding.
‘Millennial Pink’ is the color that just won’t go away. No seriously, according to New York Magazine, the color is here to stay and we see it so much we don’t even realize it. It appears in hair color, drinks, clothing, and even make up palettes. Truth be told it’s not even really a color of its own. It’s simply a descriptive word for any color pink from cotton candy to a dusty rose or blush. It can even describe the color that falls between beige and peach.
According to The Cut, “It’s ironic pink, pink without the sugary prettiness. It’s a non-color that doesn’t commit, whose semi-ugliness is proof of its sophistication.” You’ve pretty much seen it everywhere. Heck there’s even an Instagram account dedicated to the color. I’m not sure why this is a trend, but I like it because with all of the variations of pink it encompasses there’s something for everyone. Yeah even I can find some pieces of “millennial pink” to incorporate into my own wardrobe. It’s a little feminine without trying too hard. Either way it doesn’t appear the color is going anywhere too soon.