Hey, everyone! Sorry I’ve been on hiatus for so long. Computer troubles + starting college = a busy life! I just published my first article as a part of my college’s Her Campus team, and I’m reposting that article here!
As I get into the swing of things at college, my posting may be a little more irregular and infrequent. Grades come first! I already have begun getting involved on campus, and I’m having a great time, but life is so busy!
Hope everyone’s back to school went well. Have a great rest of your week!
Last week, I moved into my dorm room and began the process of sorority recruitment, or rush. You can see the list of tips I rounded up on this post!
One of the most stressful parts of rush is making a good first impression, which is why picking the perfect set of outfits is so important. Typically, rush fashion starts off cute but casual and gets fancier as the week progresses. At my university, recruitment is four rounds but lasts five days because there are so many sororities that open house takes two days! For rounds one and three, dresses and skirts are preferred, and round two requires a t-shirt. For round four, or pref day, most people go classy with a favorite LBD and heels.
Next week, I’m headed off to college. Dorm room organization is a priority, because how else can you stay sane in such a small space? One of the things I was having trouble with was finding a way to organize my jewelry and other accessories. So, what to do when you can’t find a jewelry organizer that is cute AND fits your needs? Make one, of course! Read on to see how I made this darling jewelry organizer for less than $10!
For many college students, fall of freshman year is Greek recruitment season. A week of waking up exorbitantly early, wearing dresses, applying layers and layers of makeup, all in an attempt to find your best friends/sorority sisters. Sound stressful to you? Same here. I haven’t gone through the process yet (two weeks left for me!) so I don’t have any advice…yet. Luckily, the Pinterest community is absolutely full of people who have been through the process and want to help you make a good impression. Check out the following links to see what they have to say…