The Advice: Everyone’s Dating, & You’re Still Single….F!ck.

“we spend so much money in gifts for people who get married and have kids because it’s socially accceptable…but no one celebrates being successful, happy, and single. Our society believes that a childless, single woman is an unsuccessful woman.”


When I first moved to the city, I had a college friend who also moved around the same time. It was great, because we both picked up our lives and were starting fresh. We were young, single, and ready to paint the town red. We were pretty close in college, and had the same mutual group of friends. Over the past couple of months, everyone had started pairing off, and suddenly we were the two single musketeers in our all female rat pack. We complained about how some of the girls had changed, and had a few girls’ nights, exploring the city. We wondered why we were still single, and joked often about how we could be roomies if we were still single thirty years from now (so dramatic).


Street Style: In the Rain

Beyond commercial retail stores and popular magazines, individuals are able to express themselves through their daily personal styles. The level of creativity and effort that is put towards your everyday style  will determine your ability to capture a visual audience from the street, neighborhood,  or working environment. This type of style is known as “Street Fashion” or “Street Style.”

At the UnregisteredStyle, we would like to utilize the word “Street Style” to showcase individualism. For our Street Style posts, we showcase individuals with various looks in urban settings. For this post, we have the creator of UnregisteredStyle, Bryce aka “Karmike.”

Born and raised in Lumberton, NJ, this suburban Jersey boy is accustomed to heavy showers during the spring season. Today, he is dressed waster appropriate.



Casual: Memorial Day

We celebrate Memorial Day to honor and remember the individuals that lost their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces. For the majority of Americans, we spend this day attending various cookouts, drinking, and catching up on the many hours of sleep we missed during the work week.

On this day of celebration, we were fortunate enough to link up with Rodney, a twenty two year old college student from Philadelphia, PA. As a student attending California University of Pennsylvania, this fraternity boy is no stranger to attending outdoor activities with his friends and relatives, while maintaining his collegiate style.


After 5: Casual

“Style to me is someone’s outer self-expression. It’s what you see and encounter first before really getting to know someone. It’s your hair, your clothes, your makeup, your tattoos/piercing, it’s the way you carry and present yourself to the world.”

With that said, we reached out to one of our trendy friends, Kourtney. This twenty five year old Penn State alumni is currently employed as a research analyst in the city of brotherly love. Living in Philadelphia has granted Kourtney the opportunity to explore style and history around every corner, especially after her long work days. Between happy hours, shopping, and preparing for her graduate school exams, Kourtney is able to maintain her look in and outside of the office. For this post, we wanted to focus on Kourtney’s casual attire after 5 o’ clock.