Style Catwalk to Campus

Music Festival season has begun, collegiettes! Free People, the ultimate source for bohemian fashion and festival wear, is ready for its favorite season with a new Festival Muse line, which has “everything you need for a season full of music and magic under the sun and the stars.” The line has Free People’s usual wide-brimmed hats, fringe-heavy sack purses and bangles, but now you can also express your music festival alter ego through garlands ($35), tie-dyed blankets ($69), handpainted tambourines ($60), and even beach tent teepees ($285). Be sure to check out everything in their new line...
Since marrying into Great Britain’s Royal Family, Kate Middleton has evolved from a normal (okay, as normal as one of the world’s most beautiful women can be) girl to a veritable style icon.  Starting with the Alexander McQueen wedding dress that will definitely go down in history as one of the most gorgeous gowns ever, Kate has worn everything from high-end designers to Topshop.  Her accessible style is one that we can try to emulate, though we aren’t sure we’ll ever be quite as chic as Britain’s favorite Duchess.  Her best looks ever?  It’s tough to say, but we’re willing to give it a shot...
April showers bring May flowers—but they also bring a whole lot of bad hair days and wet socks if you’re not prepared! Here are some of this season’s cutest (and most practical!) rain boots and raincoats. 1. Sperry Top-Sider Women’s Pelican Too Rain Boot - $78 Rain boots have never looked so chic! 2. Patagonia Women’s Torrentshell Trench Coat - $199 This adorable trench will keep those spring showers from getting you down.  3. Bogs Make a Wish Rainboot - $80 Utilitarian and floral—what more could you ask for?  4. Topshop Unlined Parka - $120 This coat is great for rain or shine.