Out of Office (!)

spring outfits, floral cardigan, yellow blouse, pink lipstick

Long time no see, eh? I am SO sorry I missed a blog post on Thursday! And unfortunately, I have more bad news…there’s no new content for me to share today, either. I know I know, I’m such a slacker. This week is finals week for me (my college is on the quarter system—four more days until spring break!) and I am ashamed to say my procrastination habits have reached a new high. Sadly, this means my blog is the first to suffer. Pshh—grades? Who cares! But blogging on the other hand…I’m mainly upset with my procrastination because it means neglecting all of you and being a lazy bum with no creative outlet. Shame on me. Continue reading “Out of Office (!)”

5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (That Don’t Involve Alcohol)

green striped tee, black shorts, brown sandals

It’s no surprise that St. Patrick’s Day is often just an excuse to party and drink lots of beer (cheers!), and I imagine it won’t be much different on a college campus. BUT I wanted to provide some alcohol-free ideas to celebrate for all of us minors. It’s easy to only look forward to the “big” holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, but why can’t we get hyped for the little holidays too? No need to discriminate. If you haven’t caught on by now, I’ll find any reason to dress up, throw a party, or put out decorations, and the seemingly-trivial St. Patty’s Day is no exception. So without further ado, here are some of my favorite green outfits and a handful of ideas to have a good time this weekend! Continue reading “5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (That Don’t Involve Alcohol)”

Dior Exhibit: From Paris to the World

Dior gowns, Dior fashion, haute couture

A few weeks ago, I had the amazing opportunity to attend a Dior Exhibit currently on display at the Denver Art Museum. As the museum’s website describes, Dior: From Paris to the World showcases 70 years of the Dior fashion house, providing the history behind its founder Christian Dior and his successors, displaying more than 200 couture dresses (as well as photographs, sketches, videos, and accessories), and explaining the muses behind each collection. I don’t follow designers very closely and didn’t know what to expect from this exhibit. However, I knew I would love it either way because it was fashion and dresses and all things pretty. Well let me just tell you…Touring this collection completely blew me out of the water! Seeing these gorgeous haute couture dresses in real life made *almost* all my fashion dreams come true. (The last one would be, of course, actually wearing one of these dresses.) Continue reading “Dior Exhibit: From Paris to the World”