Hack Your Way to Prom

By Kristina Ching As a 5’-nothing girl with a chest flatter than some 10 year olds, and shoulders and arms that usually force me to wear tee-shirts from the guys’ section, I haven’t had the best experiences looking for formal dresses. Windsor is the stereotypical prom go-to. With racks and racks of tulle, taffeta, satin,…

Stealing Fashion From Your Favorite Friends

By: Galilea Oregon Ever since all ten seasons of Friends were added on Netflix, I’ve been shamelessly binge watching. With every passing episode, I fall in love more and more with the styles of protagonists Monica, Rachel and Phoebe. From Phoebe’s bohemian skirts and dresses to Monica’s classic mom jean and t-shirt combos, every outfit…

Invest Your Money Wisely

By Kimberly Ayon Many brand name makeup cosmetics are very expensive, although usually that extra amount you pay is returned to you through the promises of a long-lasting lip or a super pigmented eyeliner. But, the great debate still remains: is it really so different or better than the products you’d find at your local…

FALLing Into Fashion This Fall

By James Cruz California may not be best known for having crisp autumn weather and deep orange leaves, however the fashion every year keeps coming back even stronger. With the new incoming season rolling in so very slowly from the sun bathing summer, school is now back in session and students are given the opportunity to…

A (Fashion) Week in Review

By: Gigi Hume and Galilea Oregon It’s that time of year again! Fashion Week is in full-swing and delving up appearances from the fashionably elite, modeling, observing, or writing about the latest trends in  high-fashion in the cultural meccas of the world.  Specifically this week, New York Fashion Week Spring/ Summer 2017 shows have displayed…

Hello, Sun

By: Jocelyn You With the beginning of Summer kicking in, outfits are getting lighter in weight, brighter in color, and bolder in patterns. Shedding the lightweight sweaters for breezy kimonos and trading boots for Vans, Summer is making its way into our closets.  Boyfriend Jeans + Cropped Tops Mixing the feminine with the masculine, a cropped…

5 Messy Hair Styles

By Ashley Faleao Every girl has that day where we’re out of it and don’t feel like doing our hair. To help get rid of bad hair day stress, here are five cute, simple hairstyles that anyone can rock. 1. Boho-Chic Braids A pulled back braid that lays on your head is perfect when you’re not…

Spring Inspired Nails

By Linda McNeil, Sophia Garcia, and Mikaella Brown It’s about that time, ladies! Spring is calling for a new manicure, and what better excuse to design your nails in a fun, bright, and colorful way? This is the season for a fresh start, so express your outer beauty with colors out of your comfort zone. …

How To Look Like A Festival Goddess

By Jocelyn You Spring and summer are the times for music festivals all around the country to shine. From Coachella to Lollapalooza (and yes, even to Stagecoach), music lovers run to the gates dressed in their SUN-day’s best. To beat the heat, stay comfortable, and still kill the fashion game, see what I would wear to…

How To Style a Plain White Tee

By Brisa Velasquez Who knew something so basic could make or break an outfit? White t-shirts are in style all year round and are perfect for any type of weather. Accessorized correctly, you can pull together any outfit. Always Denim You can never go wrong with a white tee and jeans. Roll up your jeans,…

The Best Makeup Dupes

by Clea Thomas Every girl understands the struggle to look fierce/fly while not spending all of their life savings/college tuition/inheritance. This is a collective list of the closest matches of eyeshadows, lip products, and brushes, all for the lowest price possible.   Urban Decay’s Naked Palettes These three famous eyeshadow palettes are must-haves in every…

Ready, Set, Strut

By: Jocelyn You and James Cruz Fashion Club leader, Eliza Bubienko, gets ready to organize one of Tustin High’s most notable events: The Fashion Show. A Tustin High senior, Eliza’s goal for her last year of high school is to go out with a bang, and the fashion show is one of her outlets to…

Valentine’s Inspired Outfits

By: Brisa Velasquez What to wear, what to wear? Valentine’s day is the perfect excuse to put on a cute outfit and hit the town or stay in for the night. Whether you’re going out, hanging out, or staying in get into the holiday spirit. Valentine’s day is almost here, but no need to panic…

Sneakin’ back into Style

By: Gigi Hume Like other trends from the 90’s including mom jeans and choker necklaces, sneakers have recently been given new light. Brands like Adidas, New Balance, and Nike have been flying off the shelves worldwide to fulfill this ever-growing need of nostalgia for the decade “raised on Biggie and Nirvana”. Each type of sneaker…

A//S//H//

By: Jocelyn You Former Tustin High students, Connor Brawley and Zijn Winters, are prime examples of the heart that all Tillers seem to possess. Staying local after graduation, the two lived on a “normal route” going to college and working part-time jobs, meandering through life but not yet grasping their purposes and dreams. Feeling as…

Daddy Day-Wear

By: Jocelyn You We always made fun of our dads (or any father figure) growing up. With their strictly socks-and-sandals barbecue attire and their Tommy Bahama Hawaiian shirts, what wasn’t there to make fun of? Too cool for our dads, we grew into teenage-hood with skinny jeans, Stussy crewnecks, Active hoodies, and Vans sk8-hi’s. However,…

All the Do’s of the Rainbow

By: Jocelyn You It’s said that people change their hair when they’re heartbroken, but what about the people who changed their hair because they can never be confined to a certain standard or stereotype? As the years pass, people are getting more and more daring with their hairstyles. From roughly cut mullets to long, braided…

Rewriting the Standards of Beauty

By: Clea Thomas In today’s society, we find it more entertaining and enjoyable to break all of the old beauty fads. We attempt to make it a standard that people of all shapes, sizes, ethnicities, and everything in between are beautiful and we show them their own beauty. Madeline Stuart broke down an untouched barrier,…

How to Look High Fashion on Low Cashin’

By: Galilea Oregon Fashion Week is back, and you know what that means- yet another barrage of trends and styles from the hottest designers and labels for you to keep up with. This season’s shows included neutral tones and structured yet relaxed silhouettes. Brands such as Public School had models in black and white, relaxed…

Views from the Editor

By: Jocelyn You I’m Jocelyn You- Tustin High’s very own Carrie Bradshaw. A senior in high school and second year journalist, I hold the place as fashion editor for The Pitchfork. As I’ve progressed from my first journalism class up until this point, I have traveled to Washington D.C. to represent Tustin in the Washington…

Channeling Your Inner Penny Lane: One of Spring’s Trends

By Jocelyn Cervantes, editor During September of last year, fashion editors, stylists, models, icons, bloggers and fashionistas all around the world were sensational as fashion week began. New York City one week and London the next; a jet to Paris and ending the trip in Milan.  It’s been awhile since then and you might have…

Pizza, Ryan Gosling, and Cats

By: Amanda Klotz Founded in 2012, 20 year old Erin Yogasundram, current owner, was attending George Washington University in Washington D.C. when she decided to splurge on a little birthday present for herself – a $3,000 Celine luggage tote she had been dying to have.  This expensive purchase made Erin realize that she wanted to…

The Full House Era, Back In Style

By Jocelyn You The glory of scrunchies, high-waisted “mom” jeans, ruffled ankle socks, overalls, and crop tops had the limelight in the 80’s and 90’s. The style was modeled on popular shows like “Full House” and “Saved By The Bell” At a time when Madonna and Contempo Casual, mixed textures, bright clothing, baggy bottoms, and short tops…

What to Wear to Thanksgiving Dinner

By Jocelyn Cervantes Thanksgiving seems to be the only time where it’s socially acceptable to eat as much as you want and no one can tell you otherwise. Of course your dilemma, besides thinking of how many pounds you will gain, is deciding what to wear. Should your outfit be sophisticated and chic? Or casual…

DIY Halloween Costume

By Jocelyn Cervantes October brings us many celebrations. Homecoming, autumn, pumpkin spiced lattes, warm weather, football games, and one of the most important, Halloween. Halloween brings not only free candy, but a night of memories.  It is the one time of the year where you can be anything or anyone you wish. As Halloween approaches,…

Tustin High Fashion

by Jocelyn You Fashion Week? Shouldn’t that be every day? Students of Tustin High have their personal style, strutting with their heads high and their looks noticed by all. Whether the style is girly with frilly lace, grunge with Dr. Marten’s, urban with hoop earrings, athletic, casual, or a style without a label, style fits…

Fall Fashion

By Jocelyn Cervantes The best thing about autumn, besides the pumpkin spice lattes, is color. And it’s not just because the leaves begin to turn red or yellow, no; it’s saying goodbye to Sunday dresses, statement tank tops, and high waisted shorts. Welcome burgundy tights, plaid skirts, knit turtleneck sweaters, and a bundle of layers!…