If No One Else Is Going To Say It, I’ll Be The One To Admit Every Girl Wants More Pockets In Her Wardrobe

If No One Else Is Going To Say It, I’ll Be The One To Admit Every Girl Wants More Pockets In Her Wardrobe

I mean... is it really that much of a request?


Pockets... something men probably take for granted. They're crucial for everyday life, yet a lot of woman's clothing doesn't have them. Now, I want to know why that is.

Women probably carry two to three times the amount of things on a daily basis than men, but we don't have the luxury to use pockets, as a lot of clothing either don't have pockets at all or they're shallow as hell.

Sure, we have pocketbooks and those are super convenient, but have you ever wanted to just carry a wallet, your keys, and some Chapstick (essential), but realize that it's impossible without some kind of bag because your pockets aren't deep enough to carry anything. Frustrating, right?

Every girl when they realize that something they're wearing has pockets.

I'm not sure what goes through the designers' heads when they design clothing with no pockets. Do they think that it's a fashion statement? When in reality, it's just super inconvenient.

Sometimes if I'm wearing a dress or a romper, I just want somewhere to put my phone, but almost all of the time, I don't have a pocket. I'm truly getting sick and tired of it.

Ladies, we need more pockets. It is something that we deserve the right to have, just as much as men, who don't even fully appreciate them.

C'mon... let's make this happen.

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Stop Being Lazy: Why You Should Always Look Cute For Class

Because your leggings and XL sweatshirts aren't doing you any favors.

We're all guilty of pulling on leggings and letters and running out the door to class. Bumming it isn't exactly a crime but nonetheless, it should probably stop. Class isn't a fashion show but anytime you walk out the door, you represent yourself. Putting in the extra effort to put on jeans instead of yoga pants will pay off in more ways than one.

1. You'll feel better.

Look good, feel good... am I right? When you put your best foot forward you'll have more spring in your step and feel more motivated to have a great day. When's the last time you had a bad day in a fleek outfit? Um, never.

2. And have more confidence.

Have you ever really felt comfortable speaking up in class when your hair's in a messy bun and you have no make up on? No, you don't. Sure, I'm all for being confident without make up and being comfortable in your own skin, but you're not doing yourself any favors when you skip out on a little mascara.

3. Class is actually important.

By the time you're a sophomore, chances are most of your classes are going to be related to your major and all of your professors can and will probably be able to help you get to grad school, an internship, or a job. Think of class as practice as for the "real world." You wouldn't go to work or a job interview looking like a bum, would you? And your professors are much more likely to help a student who puts just a little effort into their appearance, rather than roll into lecture in sweats.

4. Unfortunately, people do judge a book by its cover.

I'm not saying that it's right, but you know people are judging you as you walk down Shortlidge. Put the effort into looking polished, instead of looking like the girl who took a pitcher of tequila to the face last night... because ~tbh~ no one really likes that girl anyway.

5. You'll always feel "on."

If you're wearing something cute, who cares if you bump into your ex, an old friend, or a super intimidating professor? You're far more likely to strike up a conversation in booties and jeans than if you're slumming it in your gym clothes.

6. You can use it as an outlet to express yourself.

Clothes are a really easy way to express yourself and get creative. If you want everyone to eff off, wear all black. You're super girly? Wear all pink. The choice is yours. On the other hand, when you wear some oversized sweatshirt with a coffee stain, what do you think that says about you?

7. You'll look less lazy.

While yeah, lying in bed all day in sweats watching Netflix is completely normal and totally okay, don't let it affect your style. Wearing the same thing to class that you wear to bed isn't cute, like at all. A good rule of thumb is if you would wear it to sleep, you probably shouldn't wear it in public.

8. Gym clothes were meant for the gym.

For one, super tight, compression-y fabrics just aren't meant to be on your body all day. Secondly, just because you pull on gym clothes to make it seem like you might just be heading to the gym after class, doesn't make it any better. If your style is sporty, cool. But don't cross the line into sloppy.

9. It's just as easy to put on jeans as it is sweats.

I was really anti-pants for a long time. I'll admit it... but then I got over it. Shockingly, putting on jeans or pants with a actual waist requires no more effort than pulling on your favorite pair of spandex. And when you find the right pair, they're just as comfortable as your Lululemons.

So do yourself a favor, do a little shopping, and go forth each day with your best bootie forward.

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13 Cosmetic Enhancements Kylie Jenner Probably Has

Do real people actually look like this?


Minor cosmetic enhancements are all the rage right now (or I guess they always have been) and thanks to social media, we all feel like we need them. These are some of the most popular celebrity cosmetic enhancements that I've saw on nearly everyone in the last year. At first, all of these enhancements look a little crazy, but after you see them on every celebrity, you start to think that you might want them too. I mean, who doesn't want to wake up with a full face of makeup like they're the main character in a rom-com?

1. Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions can range anywhere from natural to cartoon character.

Eyelash extensions were by far one of the most popular celebrity cosmetic enhancements last year. So many people had them. I thought about getting them as well. The price point is pretty steep at around $150 for a first set and then about $70 per refill. Not to mention they can harm your natural lash.

2. Botox

Celebrities get botox to hide crows feet, smile lines and forehead wrinkles.

Botox used to look scary on everyone, but with better techniques, it kinda looks good.

3. Microblading

Microblading can be used to create a new brow, or to fill in sparse ones.

Microblading never really looks natural to me, but with such bold eyebrows in they don't look as crazy as they could.

4. Lip Fillers

Even a little bit of fillers added to lips makes a huge difference because its such a small area.

Lip filler = more room for lipstick.

5. Chin Implants

Chin implants are meant to balance the profile.

Any sort of implants really freak me out, but people have been getting chin implants to make their profile look better in photos.

6. Laser Liposuction

Laser lipo allows you to remove fat from more precise areas than traditional lipo.

I swear, some people are just born with a double chin. This is a semi-invasive way to remove it.

7. Hair Extensions

Extensions are a quick and easy way to change your hair style.

Hair extensions are one of the most popular celebrity cosmetic enhancements in style right now. It seems like everyone is walking around with 30-inch extensions!

8. Fat Transfer

You can literally move your fat from where you don't want it, to where you do.

Every wonder how everyone has such a slim waist compared to their hips? Well now you know, they just moved it.

9. Fake Nails

Getting your nails done can be pricey, but so worth it.

Honestly, fake nails are empowering.

10. Coolsculpting

Coolsculpting helps to get rid of stubborn fat by freezing it off.

Why not just kill the fat cells instead of taking them out.

11. Breast Augmentation

If everything else on your body is getting fixed up, I guess these should too.

The bigger the better. Obviously this was and still is one of the post popular celebrity cosmetic enhancements and I don't see this changing anytime soon.

12. Lip Tattoos

Lip tattoos let you change the tint of your lips using semi-permanent tattoo ink.

I think this is super cool, but also seems super unnecessary, why not just buy a stain or tint.

13. Rhinoplasty

Many people get surgery on their nose for breathing problems, but choose to shave off a little in the process.

Getting your nose done can make a huge difference in the whole appearance of your face, its kinda crazy!

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