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  • Jessica Lindsay

    13 posts London
    Freelancer covering everything from sequins to the suffragettes. She's a girl of two extremes; usually found in a dressing gown, or full-on leather jumpsuit.

    Is there truth in the cost-per-wear argument?

    I recently discovered the Chinese clothing site Romwe, and have not shut up about it since. The order took a while to arrive, but I got a whole new wardrobe (including some Puma Fenty dupes) for under £100. Stoked! Please don't @ me, I'm poor. And how many among us can

    Why are People Dressing Their Babies in Gucci?

    I don't know much about babies. If anything, the sight of one across from me on the tube makes me feel a little afraid (tiny hands, ugh). One thing I do know, though, is that they don't give a fuck what they look like. Why do you think babies let

    The Rise of Utilitarian Underwear

    Last week I put on a bra, and immediately had to photograph myself wearing it. Was it because this Agent Provocateur silk and eyelash lace number made me look so irresistible I needed to document it? No. It was because my areolas had escaped this 3cm of fabric, and were

    Navigating uni - Sex, lies, and suspicious parents

    For most people, going to university means the first time away from parents, the first time being completely independent, and also the first time having to take full responsibility for yourself. You will see more drama in these next few years that you ever thought possible. You may get chlamydia

    Didn't get into uni? It's not the end of the world

    You should know by now whether or not you're going to uni this month. If you are, you'll be buying Sainsbury's Basics penne, 5 tog duvets, and pans that you will never see again once you leave halls, in preparation for the year ahead. It's exciting and nerve-wracking, and hopefully

    Is Personal Style Dead?

    Any article that references Isabella Blow in the first line is an article I can get down with… Normally. She’s an icon of mine, and someone that any dedicated follower of fashion wishes they could’ve known. That’s why the article that came after a quote by our

    How much should you compromise when you graduate?

    You had the big day, you threw your mortarboard up in the air, and your mum has proudly displayed the pics of it on the mantelpiece. Graduation was the big achievement, and you cracked it. But then everything just goes a bit flat. The conversation at family dinners inevitably turns

    Streetwear Nightmares: Supreme Meets Vuitton

    When I was a kid, I used to think the height of cool was a bandana top and some butterfly clips. Although I would still ROCK that look, the meaning has definitely changed with age and developments in the fashion world. One thing that never seems to get old is