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  1. A realistic guide to packing for college

    A realistic guide to packing for college
    Packing for college can be just as terrifying as it is exciting. You're moving away from home for the first time and want to make sure you have everything you need for a perfect semester. When I first went to college I found some obscenely large packing list off pinterest and didn't even need half of the things I packed. Dorm life is a little hectic when it comes to finding space to accommodate both you and your roommates things. As someone who has "been there done that", I'm here to help! Here's a more practical list of all the necessities...
  2. Dorm Room Essentials

    Dorm Room Essentials
    Things You Need in Your Dorm Room Shout out to all of our high school grads who are getting ready to make the trek to their college of choice! It’s the point in the summer where you’re probably freaking out, especially if you’re moving into a dorm! You’re probably wondering what your classes will be like, how you’ll get along with your roommates, and what college life is going to entail. This time is both riveting and terrifying! Moving into your new dorm room and getting it Pinterest-ready is a right of passage to freshmen and college students alike. Barefoot...
  3. Festivals to Attend this Late Summer

    Festivals to Attend this Late Summer
    Some Late Summer Fests for You! Music festivals are the soulmates of summer. Their unwavering ability to offer days filled with bliss and freedom make these events absolutely unforgettable. You’re probably frowning at the thought that summer is almost over, and therefore festivals like Coachella and Bonnaroo are in the rearview mirror. But, no fear! As long as the warm, long days still exist, so will the opportunities to attend the beloved events of the season. Barefoot Campus Outfitter loves summer music festivals and we’re still trying to hop on every chance to have some fun in the sun, jamming...
  4. Barefoot's local happenings

    Barefoot's local happenings
          Barefoot is so excited to see it's brand growing everyday! There are now 8 stores all around Texas (Stephenville, Fredericksburg, Waco, Huntsville and San Marcos),  Iowa (Ames), South Carolina (Columbia), and even Florida (Tallahassee)! In honor of all our wonderful stores and to support local businesses, let's get local with all our stores and see what all these great towns have to offer - bedsides Barefoot, of course! First, is the store located in the quaint town of Stephenville, home of the Tarleton Texans! If you are not at Memorial Stadium either enjoying a football game or tailgating, you...
  5. Your Final Weeks of Summer

    Your Final Weeks of Summer
    How to spend these last few weeks This one is for all of the students who’ve just graduated from high school. Congrats! We hope that all of those months of SAT prepping, studying for AP exams, and trying to collect as many memories as possible have worked out in your favor. A good amount of you who’ve chosen college as the next step in the road have probably already signed the paperwork and put down a deposit on your dream school (we hope). With a little less than two-months left of summertime, you’re probably trying to jam pack as much...
  6. Places you can bring your best friend!

    Places you can bring your best friend!
    If you are a dog owner, you know the heart breaking look your pup gives you when you're heading out the door with out them. I mean, seriously Kate (my 1 year old bulldog) deserves an Oscar for her Sarah McLachlan's "In the arms of an Angel" performance. Then, all it takes is 6 little words to turn her mood completely around... "want to go for a ride?". So, here is a list of a few places you can bring your best friend along for the journey and make both of your days a little bit brighter! ***please note that while...
  7. 10 steps to save money and be safe this 4th of July

    10 steps to save money and be safe this 4th of July
    1. Go to someone else's house. They are more likely to have already bought food and drinks, and we all know the best food is free food. 2. Less alcohol - bare with me. If you pace yourself through out the day, you won't need as much alcohol, and you might actually get to watch the fireworks at the end of the night. 3. Go watch a firework display. Fireworks are expennnnnsiveeeeeee, so instead of buying them yourself, check out your local show (these are usually FREE)! 4. Go grocery shopping before hand. Drun-chies (drunk munchies) are alive and vicious...
  8. How to dress up a t-shirt

    How to dress up a t-shirt
    Today is all about a fashion trend for all my fellow, "Im lazy but still wanna look cute girls'. Welcome to 2017, where it is perfectly acceptable to pair a t-shirt with any and everyTHING to wear any and everyWHERE. Can I get a HALLELUJAH?! Here is some inspiration to dress up any t-shirt you want! (click the pictures for the link to the shirts!) Click here for the shirt in the featured image! A bralette, shades, and jewelry is always a reliable trio! Bandana neck ties have made their big debut and they're not going anywhere. They make me...
  9. Let's up your 4th of July party

    Let's up your 4th of July party
    As Americans, there is nothing we value more than our freedom - so of course we have to go all out when it comes to celebrating it. If you are ready to channel your inner "T-Swift" this 4th of July (minus, of course, the A-lister guests), let's talk about all the essentials to throw an independence party that would make our Founding Fathers salute you!  First up to an amazing party is, of course, FOOD! Since I am a terrible cook, I'm going to leave the intricate recipes to Pinterest. However, if you're looking for the easy way out - you came to the right place...
  10. The day I met my father

    The day I met my father
    I was 4 years old when I met the man that I call my dad, a day that I remember vividly. My mom and I were living in a small apartment complex that she managed at the time. Her and my real dad had been divorced for a few months, and his visits were becoming less and less frequent. After getting myself dressed I headed down stairs where I came to a screeching hault. I'm sure you can imagine the look on my face when I headed down stairs to find a strange bearded man standing in my living room...