With the unpredictable weather, it’s often hard find outfits that are suitable for all day wear. This is where layers come in.
Whether you’re looking for new ways to improve your regular makeup routine, or if you just want to test drive some new products for the very first time, here are some easy ways to freshen up your everyday look this spring.
Fall fashion is not only the most versatile, but also the most flattering to anyone who dresses for the season. It’s clear that many students at the University of Ottawa know this, because strolling around campus every direction you turn there is a fashionista or fashionisto effortlessly strutting their style.
Fall is a great time to experiment with some cult classic trends, like darker shades for your lips, graphic glitter for your eyes, and peachy tones to have you rivalling the runway.
Yes, this was in fact in 2012, and yes, I did go because of that Macklemore song. For a few years, ugly sweaters were all I bought at thrift stores—until one day, while browsing for my newest Macklemore-esque find, I realized there were about fifty other racks of clothing whose contents weren’t smelly or scratchy. So began my vintage clothing obsession.
This spring, we’re embracing a diverse colour palette that will satisfy both the girly-girl and the punk-rock diva—nothing is off-limits. An array of bold and punchy hues were seen on the runway and here the Fulcrum shows you the six major spring beauty trends in three key looks.
And with winter weather comes winter… well, I’d hesitate to call it fashion. Style seems to grind to a halt throughout the winter months, which is unfortunate in a city that’s cold for almost half the year. Fortunately, the Fulcrum has a few tips for you to stay warm without sacrificing style during these next few chilly months.