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Jessie Williams // Contributing writer Photos by Jessie Williams Even though fall came a little later than usual this year, it seemed that students were prepared for the weather change. From trench coats and sweatshirts, to knit scarves and boots, students showed off some of their simple-yet-chic picks for the dropping temperatures.   For more …

Emily Austin // Contributing writer Walking on campus is entirely different than walking the halls of high school for a variety of reasons. My number one favorite difference: no more awful dress codes. Students are finally free to express themselves and their unique sense of style. On any given day, you will pass by numerous …

By Ashley Rhoden // Staff Writer Apparel design students showcased their collections in the annual MTSU Textiles, Merchandising and Design fashion show on Saturday, April 11. Check out our photos from the show below: For fashion stories, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and on Twitter/Instagram at @Sidelines_Life. To contact Lifestyles editor John Connor Coulston, email lifestyles@mtsusidelines.com

By Ashley Rhoden // Contributing Writer On Wednesday night at The Cordelle in Nashville, Nashville Fashion Week had something both special and unusual planned. In past Fashion Weeks, the crew made an effort to have runway shows every night of the week. This year, they chose to organize the week-long event to be of greater interest …

Nashville Fashion Week kicked off with a runway showcase of seven designers at Acme Feed & Seed on Tuesday, April 7, 2015. The showcase had a 70s feel with many designers flaunting flared jeans, geometric patterns and vintage inspired pieces. The event was sold out.   Ona Rex: Ona Rex is a womenswear brand from …

Ashley Rhoden | Staff Writer This is the week we have waited the longest to tell you about is finally almost here. It’s time for the 2015 Nashville Fashion Week, and we’ve finally gotten our hands on the schedule. Nashville Fashion Week will take place April 7-11, with tickets ranging from $30 to $1,250. The …