Taking a break from our weekend-long traveling expeditions, my roommates and I went on a day trip to Verona, Italy. This town is said to be the set of Shakespeare’s most famous love story, “Romeo and Juliet”.
Milan is said to be the one Italian city where its population is obsessed with working. However, my experiences have given me the opposite impression.
It is officially time to hide away your flip-flops and itsy bitsy jean shorts — winter has come. Sandy may have been the lead culprit in dropping the weather a bitter 15 degrees, but the brisk winds are here to stay. Fortunately, downtown State College has all your winter needs. This season has brought all sorts of wacky cold weather accessories to keep you toasty.
Last spring, artistic wedges and strappy stilettos walked fashion week runways. Prada presented heels with green and yellow flames flowing from the ankles, while Yves Saint Laurent strutted-up in a pair of thick-heeled lollipop pink oxfords. Moving into the fall and winter season, designers have amped up the designs from last spring in a big way.