So hot right now
She’s fun, she’s fashionable, and she’s our Editor in Chief! Amanda Seaboch has been a Buttoned team member for four years now, and she’s so excited to finally be this week’s So Hot Right Now!
Growing up in five different countries, José is a picture of multicultural style. With a flair for laid back preppy looks and fun pieces, you can frequently spot him wearing his iconic hat that symbolizes a political message close to his heart. All of these things and more make José this week’s So Hot Right Now!
There are some things that just go together. Like ice cream on a hot day, bluebonnets in springtime, and Andi Perkins in the backyard of Common Grounds. Seriously, name a more iconic duo…I’ll wait.
If you haven’t heard the song “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X yet, or you don’t have your horses in the back, then it’s doubtful that you know about Game of Thrones season eight or that the current year is 2019. However, if you have managed to evade all media, then welcome to this article solely about a new “yeehaw” trend of music, memes, and of course, clothes.
Spring fashion may be all about bright colors and short sleeves, but it should also be about eco-friendly clothes with a little love for the earth. These styles don’t have to stop at Earth Day, and we’ve gathered a few of the most fashionable, affordable, and kindest items for you and the earth.
In a time of walls and racial tension, fashion may be the only thing that unites the world. The fashion scene is one of the only places that people can come together as creators of expression and acceptance. Fashion is a safe place and a comfort for many.
It’s that time of the year again-- finals season. Cue the eye rolling and sighing because we’ve got you covered. We’ve spoken to the people and done our research, and we have found you the best study spots in Waco.
Can someone say #girlboss? Christi Hurst is a business mogul, having founded Spice Village, and now runs two boutiques on Austin Avenue: one dedicated to her own interior design business, and one to her manufactured luxury bedding.
Fresh out of college, Caleb Ray uses string, nails, and wood to create beautifully intricate works of art that adorn the walls of houses and dorm rooms everywhere.
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