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Graduation’s even more harrowing than tying the knot — it comes with finals, finding a job and oh, adulthood — so we’ve taken pity on you soon-to-be-grown-ups and chosen some school spirit-y sandals for your big day.
Just because the Costume Institute is putting on “PUNK: From Chaos to Couture” this year doesn’t mean we’re quite ready to commit to head-to-toe ensembles held together by safety pins. We will, however, add a dash of punk with studded belts that make every outfit look more badass. Don’t worry, these aren’t the wide, studded ones you used to get from Hot Topic.
It might be May, but I’m still in my sweater and jeans uniform. I’ve traded in the cozy cashmere styles I wore all throughout the winter for thin knits that can be layered over tanks or under cardigans for the less-than-predictable temps here in NYC. The tricks to wearing a sweater in spring and not sweat your pants off are in the loose knitting, sheer panels, and strategically placed holes. These seven fit the MO and budget.
With so many different brands on the market, it’s easy to buy clothes and accessories without really getting to know the company’s mission. We’ve done the groundwork to find five amazing companies that create covetable pieces using recycled materials, so all you need to do is shop ‘em in order to get your Earth Day on.