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Remington College is once again offering free back-to-school haircuts for students 17 and younger during the month of August for its eighth annual Cuts for Kids event.
Floral prints are in this season, and we've found fabulous examples, as worn by local Instagrammers.
Elizabeth Ramsey began her blog as a personal means for creative expression. When some of her friends found her blog online, they encouaged her to promote it publicly, and at the beginning of 2017, she did just that. Ramsey chatted with us about starting her blog, finding inspiration and sharing style advice.
Happy Independence Day! To celebrate, we've rounded up some of our favorite red, white and blue looks from local Instagrammers. Find some inspiration for your holiday looks below:
We've rounded up some of our favorite off-the-shoulder looks, as found on local Instagram accounts.
Marcia Craggett is the local blogger behind Diary of an Undercover Fashionista. She began her blog as a creative outlet and has found it a valuable way to connect with like-minded, fashion-forward, plus-size women. See what she had to say about blogging, fashion and finding inspiration.
June 23 is National Pink Day! To celebrate, we've rounded up some of our favorite rose-hued looks from local Instagrammers.
There have been plenty of reasons to celebrate at Common Threads, the Fairview Park thrift store. Not only has it been named Cleveland's best thrift store in a Scene Magazine reader poll; it will also be celebrating its one-year anniversary on June 24.
With a bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from Ursuline College - which also afforded her the opportunity to study in New York City at the Fashion Institute of Technology - Anastasia (Stacy) Wiley knows style. The Mentor resident channeled her passion for fashion into her blog, Styled by Stacy.
With a bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from Ursuline College - which also afforded her the opportunity to study in New York City at the Fashion Institute of Technology - Anastasia (Stacy) Wiley knows style. The Mentor resident channeled her passion for fashion into her blog, Styled by Stacy.
Being a college student is hard. Being a college student and an entrepreur is harder, but Anne Skoch, a Kent State University student, is succeeding at both - and she does it with style.
Being a college student is hard. Being a college student and an entrepreur is harder, but Anne Skoch, a Kent State University student, is succeeding at both - and she does it with style.
With a bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from Ursuline College - which also afforded her the opportunity to study in New York City at the Fashion Institute of Technology - Anastasia (Stacy) Wiley knows style. The Mentor resident channeled her passion for fashion into her blog, Styled by Stacy.Read more >>
Being a college student is hard. Being a college student and an entrepreur is harder, but Anne Skoch, a Kent State University student, is succeeding at both - and she does it with style. Read more >>
There's a new mobile boutique hitting the streets of Cleveland: The Style Foundry. The Style Foundry is the brainchild of Megan Moran, a local stylist and fashion entrepreneur.
There's a new mobile boutique hitting the streets of Cleveland: The Style Foundry. The Style Foundry is the brainchild of Megan Moran, a local stylist and fashion entrepreneur.
There's a new mobile boutique hitting the streets of Cleveland: The Style Foundry. The Style Foundry is the brainchild of Megan Moran, a local stylist and fashion entrepreneur. Read more >>
Going to prom could help students pay for college, thanks to Duck brand. The Avon-based company is hosting the 17th Annual Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest, where students can win scholarship money for their Duck Tape-constructed prom fashions.
Going to prom could help students pay for college, thanks to Duck brand. The Avon-based company is hosting the 17th Annual Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest, where students can win scholarship money for their Duck Tape-constructed prom fashions.
Going to prom could help students pay for college, thanks to Duck brand. The Avon-based company is hosting the 17th Annual Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest, where students can win scholarship money for their Duck Tape-constructed prom fashions. Read more >>

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