Back-to-School Cool

Celebrity Stylist to the stars Micaela Erlanger gives us the scoop

By the LifeMinute Team

August 10, 2018

What are the must-haves for back-to-school? We chatted with Celebrity Stylist and author of the new book How to Accessorize: A Perfect Finish to Every Outfit, Micaela Erlanger for the deets.

Fashion
She says H&M has all the goodies for fall from the hottest trends to must-have staples.

For the girls: It’s all about layering pieces, hoodies with unicorn themes and sweaters with positives messages, rainbows, sequins and metallics.

For the boys: This season’s trends follow a night at the museum theme with lots of dinosaur graphics, colorful hoodies and demins in all various cuts and washes.

 

For teens: H&M’s divided line has sporty items--- denims, leathers and plaids.


Now H&M’s goal in fashion is to use 100% recycled or other sustainably sourced materials by 2030. Drop off your unwanted textiles at your local H&M to be recycled and you’ll get 15% off your next purchase. Till September 9thget 15% off vouchers for every bag of textiles recycled.

Skincare
Well no one wants acne when they go back to school so take a page from the British beauty playbook with 7th Heaven Facial Masks. These are amazing single-serve, travel-friendly face masks. That leave your skin flawlessly clean, refreshed and glowing.

The company has recently developed three new clay peel-off masks. Unlike traditional masks, these include kaolin clay that give you the deep-cleansing benefits of a clay mask with the pore refining perks of a peel-off. 

Under $2 at Ulta stores and ulta.com.

Beauty Sleep 
Now if you’re headed to a dorm room you must know about Tulo. Tulo is an innovative bed-in-a-box brand that believes you shouldn’t have to sacrifice high quality to pay an affordable price and now they’ve just introduced its next generation of premium mattress offerings– Tulo Liv. Designed with high-resiliency materials for a long-lasting bed that is ideal for all sleepers. Find these online and in more than 3,000 mattress  stores nationwide and start at just $390.

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