D.C.'s Most Instagrammable's: Photo Spots That Aren't The Monuments

Friday, April 16, 2021

Check out our list of the most Instagrammable D.C. locations that aren't just the monuments!

1. Blagden Alley

Best Cherry Blossom Photo Ops in D.C.

Thursday, March 25, 2021

It's officially springtime in D.C. and you know what that means: cherry blossoms! Finding the perfect photo-op spot is essential during cherry blossom season but getting that perfect pic in the crowds of tourists and travelers can be difficult. We're showcasing some of our favorite unique cherry blossom spots for all the best picnics, pictures, and strolls. 

Our Fashion Faves at the 2021 Grammy Awards

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

With every award show comes the red carpet fashion hits and misses, and we're showcasing our ten favorites from the 2021 Grammy Awards. We were blown away by the star's fashion choices this year, especially after a year of sweatsuits and leggings. It's good to know they've still got their fashion game, and we're hoping we do too!

What Spring Sundress You Should Buy Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Thursday, March 11, 2021
We like to consider ourselves fashion, and zodiac, experts here at MU Fashion Collective. Check out below to find your perfect spring sundress based on your zodiac traits!
  • Aquarius
    • January 20-February 18
    • About you: You're progressive, original, and independent. You're care about people a lot, are a great listener, and like having fun with your friends, helping others, and fighting for good causes.
    • Why we chose this dress: It's classic, chic, and a staple in your wardrobe. Dependable, like you


Senior Designer, Callie Ottinger, Discusses Her Fall 2020 Internship Experience at Goodwill

Friday, March 5, 2021

“Ask a lot of questions and definitely don't be afraid to pitch ideas to coworkers!” says Callie Ottinger, senior fashion design student and former social media marketing intern for Goodwill of the Greater Washington area, speaking on her recent internship experience. Ottinger completed her internship in Fall 2020, where she learned the ropes of marketing and social media, and worked closely on sustainability initiatives the well-known nonprofit company is currently focusing on.  

Meet Mimi Miller: Marymount University '15 Fashion Design Alum & Founder of Mimi Miller Womenswear

Friday, February 26, 2021

Marymount University alum, Mimi Miller, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design in 2015. Now the founder and designer of Mimi Miller, Womenswear, founded in 2016, Miller is creating clothing to provide women with longer and looser silhouettes that are refined, versatile, and comfortable at a more accessible price point.

Spring 2021 Trend Report: Who, What, and Where to Buy

Thursday, February 18, 2021

With Spring just around the corner (and it can't come soon enough!) we're day-dreaming of the warm weather outfits we're going to wear. Scroll below to find out all about the upcoming trends for Spring 2021 and shop some of our favs!

Marymount Fashion Design Alum Isabella Ricci's Valentine's Day Outfit Inspo

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Need some Valentine's Day outfit inspiration? No worries! Fashion design alum Isabella Ricci is showing how she would style the perfect Valentine's Day outfit for every occasion (hopefully though, as she says in her Tiktok's caption, that's by celebrating at home!). Ricci's signature soft pink, dream-girl aesthetic is, quite obviously, perfect for the upcoming holiday and we are LOVING how she's been showing off her fashion on Tiktok and Instagram lately. She's the queen of confidence, creativity, and individuality!

5 Valentine's Day Takes on Classic Dessert Recipes

Sunday, February 7, 2021

Scroll to look through five Valentine's Day takes on all your favorite classic dessert recipes! Each one is delicious and sweet and perfect for sharing (or not, that's okay too) with family and friends and significant others. There's something for everyone here and all are easily modified to fit any diet or allergy!  

Spring Semester Self-Care: Ten Steps for Self-Care to Avoid Burnout

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Welcome back to another socially distant semester. You know the drill-- online classes, masking up, and staying six feet apart from your friends (well, hopefully you’re doing that). I won’t bore with trying to glamorize the unfortunate circumstances that we’re still in and, like me, I’m sure you’re a bit tired of the situation. I know, at least in my experience, I’ve begun to feel a little burnt out from online classes, a global pandemic, and a lacking social life so I’ve compiled a list of 10 things that I’ve been implementing in my life to make it just a little more focused on my well-being! 

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