Months after the close of popular hangout CJ’s Nightclub, the Swing Devils of the Palouse are still dancing every week in Moscow. For over 18 years, the Swing Devils made their home at CJ’s Nightclub, which closed in August. Alex Boughamer, treasurer of the organization, said many people thought swing nights had disappeared with […]
Jeans are one of the most popular casual wear items today. Go anywhere on campus and it”s likely you”ll find people wearing denim in one form or another. Denim isn”t the most comfortable material, so where does this appeal to wear jeans come from? For starters, they”re socially accepted, and also they tend to be […]
Braids are growing in popularity, and for some students, they’ve become a necessity to every day life–especially after those all nighters. From runways to sports events, even for the walks to the University of Idaho Commons, braids are popping up everywhere. Learn three popular braids now with this quick and easy tutorial. Getting ready for […]
Fashion trends fluctuate, but Ray Ban-style sunglasses have been a summer staple since their introduction in 1937, and the University of Idaho is no exception.
University of Idaho sophomore Rendel Jones said he models his personal wardrobe after that of blonde-haired lady’s man Barney Stinson from CBS television hit “How I Met Your Mother.”
Bikes + Babes bikesandbabes.tumblr.com This Tumblr features so many old-school bicycles–and I’ll be honest–because I ride a baby pink and light green ‘70s Schwinn, I have a huge weakness for a cute old-school bicycles.
The flirty ‘50s have made an appearance in clubs and streets, hidden behind red lips and a curvy class that women have neglected for the past decade. Helping to readjust the public’s focus on womanly figures in contemporary fashion, the knee length dresses and wavy locks are back.
It’s finally April, which means hopefully, sunshine is right around the corner. This also means it is time to break out the summer wardrobe, fedoras and all. And that doesn’t go for just the ladies.
Zach Weigt, a freshman biology major, has only eaten sunscreen once.