Links We Love

Links We Love: November 16, 2014

Photos: Liz Mcdonnell, via Instagram

I don’t know about you, but I can’t stop thinking about Thanksgiving. I’m pretty sure Marino is going to be even more packed than usual and we’ll all be stressing about holiday traveling. It really is the worst. But while you still have time before your next big test or paper, take a look at this week’s Links We Love!

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  1. Well, it looks like Baz Luhrmann and Barneys have teamed up for a holiday collection. Browse through the products here! [A First Look at Baz Luhrmann’s Whimsical Holiday Collection for Barneys, Fashionista.com]
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  2. When we’re feeling down, sometimes a good inspirational story is just necessary. Read on about these nine female entrepreneurs who took risks that definitely paid off. [Meet 9 Young Entrepreneurs who Risked Everything — & Won, Refinery 29]
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  3. Straying from black on black and classic pattern mash-ups can make for a good change of pace. Learn more about which unexpected color combos will make you stand out this winter! [30 Oddball Color Combos That Stun, Refinery 29]
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  4. Remember that time Conde Nast was sued for its intern program? Well, it looks like the bigwig company is making amends with those who were wronged. Read on to find out how they’re making up for everything. [Conde Nast Settled Internship Lawsuit for $5.8 Million, Bustle.com]
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  5. While it’s clearly time for peppermint mochas and gingerbread lattes, it’s also getting close to holiday party season. With all of our bucks going towards caffeine fixes, it’s best to save money on those party dresses. Read on for the broke girl’s guide to holiday party dresses. [The Broke Girl’s Guide to Holiday Party Dresses, Refinery 29]
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  6. Forget about selfies of your face — take one of your cool winter scarf instead! Read on to find out how to get the best scarfie possible. [How to Take the Perfect Scarfie, Huffington Post]
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  7. Since most college students are addicted to caffeine, we might as well find out what our coffee orders say about us. They may or may not be accurate. [What Your Coffee Order Says About You, Manrepeller.com]

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