Tag: Corduroy

Seeing Double: Winter Edition

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Y’all know I’m all about versatility and rewearing items when it comes to fashion, so today I wanted to showcase two ways to wear the same basic outfit—a grey sweater and a black corduroy skirt. While I do repeat outfits sometimes, I love trying to wear a new combo every day. Emphasis on the word combo. Wearing a new look daily doesn’t have to mean constantly buying new clothes… It just means getting creative with what you already have! And that’s what I love so much about fashion. Continue reading “Seeing Double: Winter Edition”

8 Ways to Style a Black Corduroy Skirt

pink flowers, leopard rain boots, black mini skirt, blush shirt, green army jacket

Ah… My favorite skirt. It’s about time I dedicated a whole blog post to it. This black corduroy skirt was a birthday present from my parents my freshman year of college, and I very distinctly remember unwrapping it in a hotel room in downtown Denver (in this outfit, I might add). But the details aren’t important—what is important is that this skirt has become arguably the most worn item in my closet! It seriously goes with SO much, the corduroy texture is perfect for fall, and I cannot recommend this style enough. Keep scrolling to check out all the ways I’ve worn this skirt on the blog since November 2018! Continue reading “8 Ways to Style a Black Corduroy Skirt”

3 New Approaches to Resolutions and The New Year

alternatives to new year's resolutions

Welcome to 2k19, baby! As you’ve probably noticed, resolutions seem to be the hot topic on everyone’s mind, both on the web and in the flesh. No surprise there—the start of January often reverberates this “buzz” around new promises to ourselves, and gyms everywhere go from tumbleweed-rolling-across-the-hall empty to every parking spot taken overnight. I, like many, usually spend this time of year reflecting on how I want to positively change myself in the coming 12 months. But unfortunately, I usually forget about all my goals and resolutions by March (if I’m lucky to make it that far) and end up feeling dissatisfied and disappointed in myself come December. Sound familiar? Continue reading “3 New Approaches to Resolutions and The New Year”