Alright, I know the title is possibly a bit demeaning, but I’ve seen a lot of “back to school” content from people who seem to have forgotten the intensity of some dress codes! I can’t speak for every school, but mine was incredibly stubborn about the finger rules; women’ bottoms much go past their fingertips when their arms are down, and their straps must be at least 3 finger widths. I distinctly remember being a senior, and a junior guy wore booty shorts to show just how messed up the codes were for only applying to women. Even though his shorts did not reach his fingertips, he was allowed to parade around in booty shorts all day; it was wild. But here, we’re going to look at some outfits that I am a big fan of, that should be appropriate in most schools!
I wear a lot of nerd stuff, all the time. But because I’m someone with a 9-5 office job, I can’t always wear whatever I want; I have to dress it up a bit. So, two weeks ago I decided to wear something nerdy to work every day, and see if it made anything weird. Guess what Fangirls? It didn’t. We live in an age where nerdy clothing is accessible and common enough that we can wear it to the workplace! Here are some of the ways I dressed up my nerd wear.
Hey Fangirls, an absolutely lovely thing happened last weekend, where Black Widow took over.
I love to express myself through my style. I often like to incorporate my love for the nerd world. Often times it’s through fandom shirts and other times in more subtle ways like jewelry and how I style my hair or wear my makeup.
Sometimes it is really hard to find fandom clothing for women that fits our standards and our bodies properly. As the years have gone by, it has definitely gotten easier for us. There are more options that are crafted especially for us. I personally don’t like to just wear a fandom tee. I like to create a whole look for it. In the video below I go into more detail about the way I put my outfits together.
Alright Fangirls, I know I’ve been bitchy about DC lately (not without reason) but I am in love with the bombshell figures they released. They’re gorgeous. They consist of Harley Quinn, Batgirl, Black Canary, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Poison Ivy. But they don’t look like we’re used to.
Romwe is an online store for “street fashion.” Their clothing is really cool, but my favorite part is their leggings.
Okay, Her Universe is probably the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.
Created by Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Her Universe is the epitome of nerd wear. Ms. Eckstein’s line embraces the idea of being female and a nerd. She realized that women are often wandering about in ill-fitting men’s shirts because that is what is offered when it comes to Star Wars shirts. And that is how it was started.