“Is leopard print acceptable?” is a question we hear a lot. While it’s true that leopard print is one of those styles that can easily go wrong, it is always acceptable in tasteful… Read More
I’ve always loved long, flowing skirts. Reminiscent of those days when showing your ankles was scandalous, long skirts can also make you appear taller and thinner. This is a huge benefit to someone who is… Read More
When people think of business casual, they often turn to the standard colors of black, grey, white, tan, etc. If you are wearing business casual attire you are most likely at an event… Read More
One of the most commonly overlooked accessories is the scarf. Most people only think of accessorizing with a long scarf when it’s cold outside, but you can use a scarf in warmer weather,… Read More
I was driving home from work today and saw what I thought was a girl wearing a shirt and nothing else. As I got closer, I saw that she was wearing a pair… Read More
I’m currently obsessed with waterfall skirts. It’s a versatile look which can be dressed up or dressed down. I wouldn’t recommend it for business casual wear, but for Friday night drinks with the… Read More
The following fashion advice is from Nick Fong, an economics major at the University of California, Merced and a Campus Coordinator with Students For Liberty. If you’re interested in contributing to The Classy… Read More
There she is, the lone libertarian girl in the room. She’s ready for an intellectual property debate or a discussion about Hayek but before she can say “Austrian economics” you’re in the seat next to her, straightening your bow tie asking her out for a drink that night.
He’s cute and the way he says “seasteading” has you swooning. You cross, uncross, and recross your legs, never breaking eye contact. You laugh at all his spontaneous order jokes and “casually” mention which floor you’re staying on.
How many times have you ever been in this position as the creepee or, let’s be honest, the creeper? I don’t know how many libertarian events I’ve gone to where I’ve seen these scenarios play out over and over again.
Yes, confidence is sexy, but remember that no one wants to constantly fend off a gang of creeps.
If you’re at a libertarian event, your primary focus should be on the event and not hooking up. Constantly trying to get with the most attractive person in the room is going to seal your reputation as a creep and damage your professional image.
That’s not to say you can’t ever get a guy or girl’s number, but don’t force it; let it happen spontaneously.
This is a trend I can’t wrap my head around. These shorts are in no way practical.The point of a pocket is to keep your items secure, not to have them flap against… Read More
It’s summertime and summertime means beaches and sunshine. When it comes to tanning, there’s nothing wrong with a healthy glow, but please don’t overdo it. There is, and never will be, anything classy… Read More