Category: Boho Style

The Glasgow Fashion Scene

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Back in the day, when I used to post “travel guides” after spring break trips and family vacations, I would always share a small section about the fashion I saw in whatever location I was visiting. Some places have a distinct style and way of dressing (for example, I would say my hometown Boise is very “outdoorsy”—lots of Patagonia, athletic skirts, etc.), whereas other spots don’t really have any sort of pattern or trends to notice regarding fashion. While Glasgow doesn’t necessarily have one distinct style that is most popular, there are definitely a few things I noticed during my past four months here! Continue reading “The Glasgow Fashion Scene”

August 2021 Month in Review

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I’m so sad to be saying goodbye to August! I thought I would be ready for school to start again by now, but I’m still wishing for an endless summer… Although, it is exciting to start packing all my food and imagining what yummy dishes I’ll be making in my new apartment. Today’s outfit features this neutral jumpsuit that I got on sale from Francesca’s a while back. I wear it all the time and thought it would look super cute with this panama hat for summer. Now, onto this month’s recap! Continue reading “August 2021 Month in Review”

An Ode to Shopping Addictions

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I have been battling a serious itch to shop lately. I crawl into bed late at night, ready to sleep, only to end up browsing online stores for hours… clicking ‘Add to Cart’ like a mad woman. I’m not the only person who does that, right?? There are so many summer sales going on currently and cute new trends to try. Not to mention, now that the world is starting to open up again, we actually have places to go and need cute outfits for those destinations. All of these factors have combined and led me to believe I need to go on a shopping spree, asap. Continue reading “An Ode to Shopping Addictions”