Work Wear or the Weekend?

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As part of my economics class, you can choose to wear “professional work attire” each day to school in order to receive payment in fake money (like Monopoly dollars; we have a fake “mini economy” to buy/sell goods and services). I love to dress up, and I basically wear work clothes every day to school anyways. So when the option came around to start dressing up for school to get paid, I naturally said yes. But what I’ve learned? Other girls my age don’t know what is work appropriate, which makes sense since they don’t have any professional work experience. I think I only know because of years of watching “What Not to Wear”. 🙂 So whether you’re in my econ class, you have a college interview, or you’re about to start a new job, the work wear guidelines I’m about to share will be the perfect tool for you! Continue reading

Retro Vibes: The Head Scarf

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Over the summer, head scarves BOOMED in popularity, and I often saw them worn on other bloggers with pretty shift dresses, with big round sunglasses, and on the coast of Italy or something like that. Obviously, I’m not going to share a pretty Italian background with y’all…though I would like that. 😉 I AM going to show you how you can transition a head scarf into the fall, or, if you’re new to this and thought scarves were only for your neck, then I’ll show you just how to wear one in general. 🙂 Continue reading

Take Me to the Masquerade

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Hi! I’m SO excited for today’s blog post!!! As you may or may not know, I LOVE costumes, so naturally, I love Halloween. Last year I shared two costumes on the blog, a goth look and a Flapper girl outfit, and this year I want to share even more. Initially I hoped to post a different costume for each Monday in the month of October, but I kind of missed that mark sooo…I’ll be sharing today’s outfit and two additional costumes in the coming weeks before Halloween. Stay tuned for perfectly fashionable costume inspiration that you *may* already have in your closet. All about that reuse, amirite? Continue reading