Sophista-Funk

Tala Bouzarjomehri and Jillian White ’08 have started a lifestyle blog, Sophista-Funk, devoted to creative things:

Sophista-funk is for the person that dares to be different. Lover of art, music, design and fashion, the sophista-funk carves her own space in the world. She is inspired and inspiring, seeking out fun and creativity wherever she sees fit- cause in the end, its all about personal style, baby.”

Check it out, link added to “Wes 2.0 sidebar.

24 thoughts on “Sophista-Funk

  1. Anonymous

    i think people who “just do it” should reconsider their attitudes; i mean, to do anything without thinking it through is just reckless. also, i don’t think the people at mcdonalds really want to see me smile, otherwise they would tell jokes and be more cheerful in general.and yeah, i *totally* agree with you 4:16, with everything, in every way.

  2. Anonymous

    i think people who “just do it” should reconsider their attitudes; i mean, to do anything without thinking it through is just reckless.

    also, i don’t think the people at mcdonalds really want to see me smile, otherwise they would tell jokes and be more cheerful in general.

    and yeah, i *totally* agree with you 4:16, with everything, in every way.

  3. 4:16

    No, I was simply commenting on the direct phrase they used in the post: “In the end, it’s all about personal style, baby”

  4. 4:16

    No, I was simply commenting on the direct phrase they used in the post: “In the end, it’s all about personal style, baby”

  5. Anonymous

    what? are you saying these girls don’t care about people in need because they have a blog about fashion? hmmm i don’t really know them but that seems like a far stretch.

  6. Anonymous

    what? are you saying these girls don’t care about people in need because they have a blog about fashion? hmmm i don’t really know them but that seems like a far stretch.

  7. Anonymous

    In the end, it is not all about personal style. It’s about the impact you leave on the world. Creativity is great, and if that is the desired impact, great, but let’s not encourage people to concentrate on personal style at the expense of those in need.

  8. Anonymous

    In the end, it is not all about personal style. It’s about the impact you leave on the world. Creativity is great, and if that is the desired impact, great, but let’s not encourage people to concentrate on personal style at the expense of those in need.

  9. Anonymous

    another suggestion – your content is good, but the layout could use a little work. for one thing, maybe make the header a little more interesting than just the blog’s name in pink? add an eye-catching graphic or something, you guys are original.

  10. Anonymous

    another suggestion – your content is good, but the layout could use a little work. for one thing, maybe make the header a little more interesting than just the blog’s name in pink? add an eye-catching graphic or something, you guys are original.

  11. Anonymous

    the blog seems interesting, but here is a suggestion:change the description from “for people who dare to be different.” the line “dare to be different” is soooo cliche. it was really off putting; at first i was reluctant to even look at the blog because of it.

  12. Anonymous

    the blog seems interesting, but here is a suggestion:

    change the description from “for people who dare to be different.” the line “dare to be different” is soooo cliche. it was really off putting; at first i was reluctant to even look at the blog because of it.

  13. Anonymous

    really? Another supposedly socially conscious wes blah blah blah writing about fashion and models? realllllly?

  14. Anonymous

    really? Another supposedly socially conscious wes blah blah blah writing about fashion and models? realllllly?

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