Written by: Caitlin Madlinger
If you’ve ever lived in Tallahassee, it probably didn’t take you long to figure out its environment is truly unlike anywhere else. Between days spent at Strozier and nights spent at Standard, it’s easy to get sucked in to Tally’s chaotic way of life. For most college students a busy agenda is inevitable, but sometimes taking time for yourself to just sit back relax and enjoy the day can really help your sanity. As the weather gets a little colder and my hot chocolate cravings turn into an actual health concern, is the season to grab your favorite sweater, put on some groovy tunes and just relax.
While Saturdays are for the boys, your Sunday playlist sets the mood for the week ahead. In Tallahassee especially, its hard to escape the subtle “womp womp womp” that seems to be a default background noise. If you’re looking for more of a coffee shop vibe but your discover weekly playlist on Spotify just won't give up on Gucci Mane, you’ve come to the right place. Unfortunately, finding new music is a time consuming and often discouraging process, which is why a lot of people settle for what the radio tells us is up and coming. New music can be found almost anywhere, all it takes is a second to stop and listen. While looking up local Tallahassee concerts, I came across a groovy group called Mild High Club. Their techno beat and 70s feel provide a refreshing change of pace from the norm. A few of my personal favorite songs include “Kokopelli” “Homage” “Skiptracing” and “Tesselation”.
When it comes to euphoric music, young Los Angeles artist Cuco gives his listeners an earful of old school. His music is rich with emotion and has a mellow vibe perfect for days relaxing on the beach or driving around with the windows down. Songs “Lava Lamp” and “Lover is a Day” will have you feeling groovy all day long. Much like Cuco, low key singer/songwriter Clairo fills her music with emotion and pretty sounds. Her music is the type of tune that will put you in a trance, so don’t fight the urge to close your eyes and sway to the beat. Clairo’s debut single “Pretty Girl” has a unique sound while still sending a powerful message on self-acceptance. While I could go on and on about individual artists, I’ve composed a list of songs perfect for those lazy days, or what I like to call soul food Sundays.
Kokopelli – Mild High Club
Homage – Mild High Club
Skiptracing – Mild High Club
Tesselation – Mild High Club
Note to Self – Mild High Club
Lava Lamp – Cuco
Lover is a Day – Cuco
Pretty Girl – Clairo
Flaming Hot Cheetos – Clairo
Get With U – Clairo
Stay Away from My Baby – Banes World
Drowsy – Banes World
You Say I’m in Love – Banes World
Nice Boys – Temporex
Treat Me like Fire – Lion Babe
Rockets – Lion Babe
Idk Interlude – DAP The Contract
La Loose – Waxahatchee
Yuca – Warner Meadows
Sex n’ Drugs – Abhi The Nomad
Childs Play – SZA ft Chance the Rapper
Go Gina – SZA
November – Tyler the Creator
U Ba Khin – STRFKR
Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second - STRFKR
Sunset Lover – Petit Biscuit
The Less I Know the Better – Tame Impala
Feels Like We Only Go Backwards – Tame Impala
Let it Happen – Tame Impala
Still Beating – Mac Demarco
Chamber of Reflection – Mac Demarco
This Old Dog – Mac Demarco
No Other Heart – Mac Demarco
For the First Time – Mac Demarco
Coins – Local Natives
You & I – Local Natives
Sun Hands – Local Natives
Past Lives – Local Natives
Wide Eyes – Local Natives
Dark Days – Local Natives
Ceilings – Local Natives
Tuesday – Hippo Campus
Days – The Drums
Blood Under My Belt – The Drums
Lets Go Surfing – The Drums
Brazil – Declan McKenna
Death Cup – Mom Jeans
Pool – Derek Pope
All I Got – Oliver Tree
Jazz – Mick Jenkins
Déjà vu – Souly Had
Hiccup – Verzache
Hazey – Glass Animals
Gooey – Glass Animals
Hourglass – Catfish and the Bottlemen
K – Cigarettes After Sex
High By The Beach – Lana Del Rey
Breezeblocks – Alt-J
Photomaton – Jabberwocky
Time for You – K Flay
Okay – Holy Ghost
At Least I Have Nothing – Saint Motel
Puzzle Pieces – Saint Motel
Slow Motion – Saint Motel
Firefly – Mura Masa
Breath – Reverse
While anyone can send you a good playlist, the best songs are the ones that bring back good memories. Because of this, taking time to check out live music is always a rewarding experience. Nothing goes together better than good music and good people, so round up your fellow music enthusiasts and have yourself a day!
I know you are probably tired of hearing the phrase “I am thankful for…” by this time in the season, but here is something else to consider that may change the way you feel about year-round gratitude and not just with holiday stuffing in front of you. Recently I came across something called a “Reverse Bucket List.” This list is not all the things you don’t like to do and are thankful to have never experienced; but a list of the things you have done, accomplished, witnessed, and celebrated in your life that brings you that warm little feeling apple pie does on the 4th Thursday in November.
It works like this: If you make list and lists about the things we hope to do, or the places we want to go, we could be missing what is right in front of us. Not to say I don’t have desires because I have plenty of them. Just this morning I was telling my boyfriend most of the things I want I don’t have the means to buy, or the experience to complete my goals. It sucks sometimes. I think about how my three favorite artists had concerts in the same week, but it was the week before recruitment so I couldn’t go. Not that I don’t love my chapter, but it did suck to miss. Instead of thinking about the people much more qualified to do the things I want, I should have the courage to try them out because sometimes. Because at the end of the day, someone else has been in your shoes and they see your potential, and spark to write for a super cool fashion magazine on your college campus (i.e. rush Clutch Magazine).
Next time that you feel stuck in a rut, think about all the good that has come out of this weird time. If you feel like there isn’t anything good going on, or that has happened in your life, think smaller. Remember that one time our football team won by like 70 points? Yes, Go ‘Noles, that is going on my reverse bucket list.
Seriously though, take the time to highlight the little things you accomplish, and the other things you care about that are happening around you. We will have the time to be lazy and vacation in Greece with your gal pals, just like there will come a time where you get to watch the ball drop in NYC. The best of things don’t happen overnight.
Here are some things on my Reverse Bucket List that I would like to share:
1. I met two perfect people I have the honor of calling my littles, most of the time they are referred to as my literal children.
2. I met the most amazing guy and now were grossly happy together.
3. I got my first A on an exam in Italian, thank The Universe, I needed that one.
4. I started reading a book I love, and it has changed me for the better (I won’t tell you what it’s called because I am writing about it soon).
5. For someone who never travels, I have been to New Orleans and Miami this semester, and am going to Tennessee with that boy that makes me so happy with all our friends.
6. I have watched some of my best friends fall in love, win competitions within their major, and land their dream job.
7. There have been cold days this fall! (seriously I am very thankful)!
8. My brother turned 21 and even though he is still a kid at heart, he has grown so much and that makes me happy.
9. My writing has been published a handful of times this semester.
10. I am on the road to becoming who I want to be.
Nothing but Light,
Heaven Lee Rubin
Here is the thing, a girl can certainly be both interested in fashion and her appearance, while wearing less form fitting active wear around town. Some of the most fashionable of my peers are still casually caught in sweats and messy buns from time to time. Ya know things happen. Whenever there’s class, or errands to run, or during the to many hours we spend crafting, and organizing through our lives planned literally, by the hour they rock the look. Take it from me, starting my Mondays with an 8 am in the fall, and working/studying all night for days before, is going to push me towards the “comfort side” of my dresser and away from the designer in my closet. Honestly though, who am I kidding, I have been spotted in an oversized jersey for good ole’ game days, and even an oversized cat tee for my friends 21st birthdays throughout the past year. Maybe being a “trash walker,” is about more than just comfort on the way to class. It is a reminder that I am still allowed to wear whatever I want, when I want too, whether others deem it to make me look “attractive,” or not.
As I write this article, I am on my way to Tallahassee from a short getaway back home, and I am wearing… You guessed it, a sorority sweatshirt 2 sized to large, and running shorts. It’s comfortable and I am going to be on this bus for another 5 or 6 hours, so it is the more appropriate outfit for my days journey. But, just yesterday, while I had lunch at a trendy restaurant in Coconut Grove with my family; I was in wedges, dark wash jeans and a red silk tank, so even if I wasn’t dress the fanciest, I wasn’t worth being labeled a “trash walker.” I guess I am saying be the girl that can do both, and more importantly in whatever you’re wearing.
Just remember, it is important to support your girl gang, and the idea that people to wear whatever they want that makes them feel comfortable. If fashion is a way to express yourself, I express myself through baggy t-shirts to say, “I woke up and my coffee wasn’t ready, but I must continue my day,” “football games are what I live for,” “welcome home little,” or even just enjoying a wine night in with your girls. Be the girl that wears whatever she wants and rocks it any which way, even if it’s just a baggy tee. I hope you like these pictures of my favorite people rockin’ their baggy tees and looking so good while doing it. Till next time, I’ll be stuck in local coffee shops finding new inspiration, and new women to empower.
Nothing but Light,
I’ll preface this article with this: I NEVER in my entire life thought I would stop eating meat. My parents are from Greece and Italy, so meat is literally the one of the founding fathers of my culture. From lamb chops to meatballs, I loved and indulged on it all. But one documentary would change my perspective drastically.
Summer going into my sophomore year of college, I was unhappy with how my body looked. I hadn’t worked out in months and caught myself constantly eating unhealthy foods. I decided I needed to make a change. So I began working out every single day (heavy weights, little cardio) and cut out sugary foods, ate little carbs, and consumed little to no dairy. The change I saw in one month was impressive, and the change after three was outstanding. Even though I had lost just 10 lbs, my body was transformed. I was toned and no longer always feeling bloated. I was on the right track to the body I knew I could achieve, and then I watched “What The Health” on Netflix.
“What The Health” is a documentary exposing the meat, egg, dairy, and cheese industry and how horrific these foods actually are for our body. I don’t want to spoil any fellow meat-lover's’ appetite so if you’re interested in truly learning about how to fuel your body the RIGHT way, watch this documentary. It is unlike anything I have seen before— truly eye-opening. As I watched this documentary, I soon learned how to eat correctly (which they explain is going vegan) and I tried it. I was vegan for about 3 weeks, and it was not easy. I definitely recommend going vegetarian before making the leap to vegan. Nonetheless, I saw yet another transformation in my body. My skin was clearer and I was losing even more weight than before even though I wasn’t working out daily anymore. I noticed a change in my mood as well— I wasn't sluggish or as mellow as I was before. I had a new sense of energy and looked at eating as an adventure of what new recipe I would try next. I now love cooking vegetarian foods and I haven’t craved meat since. It’s been since late July and I’ve probably cheated twice with a Wendy’s burger post-happy hour (which, I’m sorry, how could you not??). Eating healthy feels so much better than any unhealthy food tastes, and I can say that now confidently.
One websites that got me started and kept me going was PlantBasedOnABudget.com. They have a range of recipes and even have meal plans to help you get started!! What foods they suggest you buy are all under a total of $25 (hence “On a Budget”) and the recipes are easy and truly delicious— they helped me discover that I love chickpeas!!
All in all,I love being vegetarian. Not just because it lets me skip the line at my sorority’s buffet meals, but because I feel so much better internally, and look how I want to externally. A good recipe to start with is cauliflower fried rice. Here you go:
4 steps to eat your first vegetarian meal. Enjoy!!!
P.S. - Shoutout Libby Grimond for that recipe. Love you girl.
This summer I had the amazing opportunity to study abroad with FSU in London! London is an incredible city and I completely fell in love with it during my 3 weeks there. It is also one of the fashion capitals of the world so naturally the first thing on my list to do was SHOP!! UK fashion is so different from what people wear in the US and definitely different from the fashion you would see in Tallahassee. Here are my top 5 tips for dressing like a “Londoner”.
I had so much fun people watching while abroad and I hope these tips gave you some ideas on how to get the London look. If you end up trying any of these out let us know!
Growing up, I was always the worst at finishing books and now, a sophomore in college, is it starting to make sense to me as to why I have spent the majority of my life ignoring sections and chapters of books. The reason for that was because more than anything they didn’t interest me. Honestly this habit started to worry me as I entered my freshman year of college, knowing very well that as an English major, I would spend a majority of my college career reading books that I didn’t have any interest in. To keep my grades up, I read when I have too, but when it comes to what I like to read for leisure, I take my time and often I never even finish.
If you don’t know anything about Eat Pray Love, just know it is about a middle-aged woman who gets divorced, leaves her lavish life in NYC, and takes a year long journey around the world trying to find herself. In some ways, I relate to the middle-aged woman just going through the notions of life, and trying to find things that make her happy. In college, I feel like we get stuck in the routine of school, work, and school again; it’s hard to find time to figure out what makes us, us, and why we’re here in the middle of everything hectic that is college.
“You’re wishin’ too much, baby. You gotta stop wearing your wishbone where your backbone oughtta be.”
― Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
Whiskey Words and a Shovel didn’t really seem like my kind of book at first, but it was gifted to me by one of my sorority sisters who recently graduated, and if she saw something in this collection of poems that could mean something to me, I thought why not give it a shot. Along with a hand-written card, that I now use as a bookmark, this book brought me little slivers of wisdom to look back on in getting over a rough day. Lucy, my friend who gave me the book, had started “doggy earring” some pages, and wrote in the card how she had yet to finish it, but had to buy her own copy after giving me this one. “Read it when nothing is right, and I promise, in a weird way, you’ll find the answers you’re looking for.” Oddly enough, tonight was one of those nights, I turned open to the page I ended on last before calling it a night, and everything I needed to hear was right in front of me.
“good vibes only:
give silence to negativity
understand that those who wish
to harm you in any way
and or disrupt your piece
don’t deserve the energy
it takes to respond
to their actions
stop engaging with those
who can’t afford you”
- R.H. Sin
I’ve noticed something else too, I don’t necessarily like to finish books, and my busy schedule isn’t an excuse to that. Reading is a hobby of mine, but more than that it is an outlet. I take what I need from it, which is probably why I am so picky with what I chose to read, and then I put it down when I am done. I like the idea of always learning and evolving. When I finish these books, hopefully in the next year or so I will always have the doggy eared pages to return to, and to help me remember my funny little saying that never fails, “Nothing but Light”. Take what you need from the books around you and don’t always feel obligated to finish things you’ve lost interest in, invest in you because these are our years to do so. Take a penny, give a penny, pick up a book, give it to someone new.
Till next time,
Nothing but Light,
Fall semester has begun and we'd like you guys to meet the beauty & brains behind our blog posts that you will be seeing throughout this semester. Time to meet the bloggers of Clutch for Fall 2017!
Name: Hannah Lewis
School Year: Senior
Hometown: Navarre, Florida
Style Icon: Kendall Jenner, she can make anything look good
Go-to style: I'd have to say you can find me in something girly-chic, boho, or edgy... depending on my mood
Guilty pleasure: Staying up late watching Netflix while eating the most delicious, yet unhealthy snacks.
One item you cannot leave your house without: My phone... or lipstick of the day!
Career goal: I dream of being a stylist or working in public relations. Recently began researching and preparing a way to startup my own bikini brand.
Fun fact: I was born in the Philippines, lived in Japan for 3 years & I love music festivals!
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: I have my own personal blog that I would randomly post, so being in charge of Clutch Magazine's entire blog and the writers is a huge role I am so excited to take on. I can't wait to meet new people and share a passion with others like me.
Name: Reagan Nowell
School Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Sanibel Island, Florida
Style Icon: I'd say Selena Gomez--I adore her sweet style that has a bit of an edge to it. But, if Blair Waldorf wasn't a fictional character, I'd also say her because of her preppy-chic outfits and love for high-fashion designers. So basically, if Selena Gomez and Blair Waldorf could combine their closets, that would be it!
Go-to style: It really depends on my mood, but all in all, I'd say I dress girly-chic! I'm definitely a girly girl and I love keeping up on what's trendy.
Guilty pleasure: Binge watching an entire season of The Office while eating a shocking amount of Totino's pizza rolls.
One item you cannot leave your house without: Hmm, probably my lip liner. I've only ever found one that looks good on me (shoutout Lancome) and I can't leave the house without it!
Career goal: I want to be a public relations manager for either an international hotel chain or a hospital. That's my end goal.
Fun fact: I've visited 18 countries so far and have tried each country's version of pickles. My wish is to visit 25 countries by the time I'm 25...and eat 25 different country's pickles by the time I'm 25.
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: I'm stoked to be a part of the Clutch fam! I read all the blogs as a freshman this past year, so it's really cool that I get to be a part of something I really admired.
Name: Lexi Ludwig
School Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Randolph, NJ
Style Icon: Blake Lively
Go To Style: Trendy Boho
Guilty Pleasure: Oreos with Peanut Butter
One Item you Cannot Leave your House Without: My phone!!!
Career Goal: Fashion Law
Fun Fact: I was the third fastest speed typer in New Jersey!!
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: To meet more people that share similar interests with me and learn from them!
Name: Heaven Lee Rubin
School year: Sophomore
Hometown: Miami, Fl
Style icon: Whatever feels "right"
Go to style: fun, boho, colorful
Guilty pleasure: having chocolate chip cookies before bed every night
One item you cannot leave your house without: my phone
Career goal: to work in publishing/ maybe i'll just write articles forever/ become carrie bradshaw
Fun fact: I speak 3 languages
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: working with an awesome creative team and expanding my knowledge in writing/editing and sense of fashion
Name: Elena Ciaccio
School year: Sophomore
Hometown: Sarasota, fl
Style icon: My girl Shay Mitchell
Go to style: Overalls with a crop top and Birkenstocks... simple but iconic
Guilty pleasure: HaloTop birthday cake ice cream!!!
Can't leave house without: My favorite nude cross-body bag ahhhh
Career goal: Once Ellen Degeneres gets tired of her show i'll somehow convince her to hand it over to me ;) if she just HAPPENS to says no i aspire to live in nyc or malibu managing company's social media accounts, or working for a news station reporting.
Fun fact: I can say hello in 9 different languages
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: Working with people who have the same passions as me!
Name: Caitlin Madlinger
School year: sophomore
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Style icon: A$AP Rocky
Go to style: Im all about the accessories, so I love incorporating gold jewelry into all of my outfits!
Guilty pleasure: frozen mango
One item I cannot leave my house without: my ray bans
Career goal: Either own my own business or buy for a high end company
Fun fact: I buy most of my clothes from thrift stores!!
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: I'm super excited to collaborate with people who share the same love for fashion and creativity!
Name: Jami Giglio
Hometown: Tampa, Fl
Style Icon: Olivia Palermo
Guilty Pleasure: Shoes!!!
One item I can't leave my house without: sunglasses
Career Goal: to own my own fashion business or boutique
Fun Fact: I am small but mighty!!
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: getting to be surrounded by girls that have the same passion as me
Name: Morgan Martino
School year: Junior
Hometown: Charlotte, North Carolina
Style icon: Cara Delevingne
Go to style: Casual Street Style
Guilty pleasure: Waffle House
One item you cannot leave your house without: My bag, it has everything
Career goal: Be a boss lol
Fun fact: I love music festivals
What I'm most excited about Clutch this fall: To see what the theme and photoshoots will be
I was mesmerized by each model because they were so fun and cool. The atmosphere backstage is was
Miami Swim at Frankie's Bikinis show was a life changing experience I am forever grateful for. I did not think I could this love this industry anymore until this weekend and I cannot wait to go back next year!
After leaving my second home in Tally during the spring, I assumed my summer would be filled with an abundance of adventures and non-stop instagram worthy pictures of my summer escapades. However, now almost halfway through the summer and I’ve done nearly nothing. Being a camp counselor, while an amazing experience, definitely limits my availability for summer adventures with my friends. This past weekend though I found myself free and wanted to take advantage of it. When one of my friends Jessie texted us, saying “Lets do something crazy”, I decided to go for it!
Bright and early Saturday morning, my friends and I ventured to a famous hiking path near us called the Stairway to Heaven. Now, take into consideration, we had only heard of this hike through breath taking instagram pictures so we had no clue what we had in store for us. It was a forty-five minute drive to the hike which we didn’t mind since the drive included us jamming to Post Malone and The Chainsmokers. I highly recommend The Chainsmokers new album if you have a long car ride ahead of you!
The beginning of the hike started with a scenic wooden path in a swampy forest area similar to the Everglades but a New Jersey version of it. Every so while we would run into suspension bridges or narrow wooden crossings over lakes to venture over but besides that it was a pretty flat, easy stroll. Eventually, we can across a suspension bridge that took us over railroad tracks and into a large field full of flowers. It was at this point that we realized the five miles we had just hiked were an optional edition to the REAL hike to the view.
The actual hike consisted of a ten mile upward hike through mountains and rocky paths where I considered giving up multiple times. I mean, seriously, forget the stairmaster at the gym – this was, like, stairmaster5000. My legs are sore again just thinking about it. However, despite how gruesome the hike was the view was definitely worth it. It was serene and beautiful up in the mountains and truly breathtaking. And, the best part was that the view offered a great backdrop for some banging instagram pictures! I have no clue how these other girls on instagram manage to still have perfect hair in their pictures because mine was a frizzy mess while sweat dripped down my face.
Luckily the hike down was much easier besides a few close slips where I almost threw myself down a hill of rocks. The Stairway to Heaven was such an incredible experience and I’m so glad I got to do it with some of my best friends. If you live in the area (Vernon, New Jersey) and are looking for something cool to do I totally recommend it!
Written by: Elena Ciaccio
Ask any Florida State student what their favorite day of the week is; I’d be shocked if they said anything other than Friday. Not simply because of the enticing weekend to come, but for the festivities that begin swinging in motion right around 4:30pm— Happy Hour. You might find yourself pregaming with your best friends in your apartment, or at your go-to fraternity with your fave guys to hang with. Nonetheless, once you step into Pots, Standard, or Room 215 you KNOW you’re going to be sweating up a storm. Its just a given. So how does one avoid ruining their pin-straight hair, perfect highlight, and pastel colored outfit? Check out these three hacks to tackle on the heat that I have found work out perfectly:
I cannot stress ENOUGH the importance of this beauty tool. If you aren’t familiar with this type of product, your life is about to change. Setting spray simply does exactly what it sounds like— sets your makeup. It goes on feeling like water but will keep your mascara, eyeshadow, and even liquid foundation in check through the heat. I use setting spray every time I know I’ll be sporting a full face of makeup on a hot day, whether it be happy hour or even game day tailgates! Personally, my favorite brand is Urban Decay’s All Nighter Long Lasting Makeup Setting Spray ($32). Other popular favorites include MAC’s Prep & Prime Fix +($24), and for a cheaper fix NYX Matte Finish Setting Spray ($8) is always a good option. However, I have to say, Urban Decay’s All Nighter WILL change your life. I’ve used it for music festivals and clubs in addition to Happy Hour and tailgates, and this stuff is the real deal. To sum up my rant, setting spray is magical. Go out and grab some ASAP!! All of these products can be found at Ulta or Sephora.
2. Dry Shampoo
Girls if you are not familiar with this I have no idea how your hair has survived 18+ years on your head. A quick hack for keeping your sweat/oil from ruining your hair is to spray some dry shampoo on your roots after styling! My personal favorite is Big Sexy Hair’s Dry Shampoo($17.95), while some other popular choices are Psssst! Dry Shampoo Spray Original Scent ($7), or Batiste Dry Shampoo Fresh Scent ($7.99). Don’t forget to work it into your roots with your fingers so you don’t have any white spots leftover (your finger’s natural oils help blend the dry shampoo in)! Everything listed can also be found at Ulta or Sephora as well!
3. Lastly, breathable clothing.
This. Is. A. Must. Everybody wants to show off that bod they worked hard on all summer long, but it will do you no good to wear something extremely form-fitting only to completely sweat through it. In order to battle the heat of a frat pregame or a crowded bar, you have to work with the heat. My personal favorite look is a cute crop top paired with some flowy pants. You can find cute pairs at Dillard’s, Nordstrom’s (& Nordstrom’s Rack), Henri Girl, practically anywhere that keeps up with trends. Another good option is a skirt—denim or not! Wearing shorts or jeans hugs your legs tightly and traps the sweat inside, making for an uncomfortable situation. With a skirt, you’ll get that breeze just like with the flow pants! Pair your skirt with a bodysuit or a cute crop and you’re golden. Some cute destinations for skirts include PacSun, Free People, or even Goodwill! Lastly, an underrated trend: overalls. Check out my Big rocking a pair below!! Overalls are great because you look cool and casual, while staying breezy. Also they are ADORABLE and can be paired with a cute bralette or a simple cropped tank. My favorite pair is from the brand Madewell, but as overalls are becoming more popular you can snag a pair at pretty much any store in the mall. Goodwill also has some great vintage options!! Try some of these styles next Friday!
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