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My Go-To ‘Night Out’ Look

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Today is another collaboration with the Magnificent 8, a group of bloggers across generations who get together once a quarter to show how style can be ageless. The group was super considerate of the fact that I don’t have much of a wardrobe to choose from here in Scotland, so this quarter’s theme was ‘thrifted’—easy-peasy for me since I do the Thrifty Six collaboration once a month. I was originally going to style the one spring dress I brought with me abroad (which I haven’t worn once, by the way) with these secondhand orange wedges I just bought. But then I realized I don’t have a purse to go with that outfit and didn’t want to post an incomplete look… So I decided to share my go-to going out top instead. Continue reading “My Go-To ‘Night Out’ Look”

February 2022 Month in Review

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The close of February marks the (almost) halfway point of my time in Glasgow… which is just crazy to me. I can’t believe how fast my study abroad experience is flying by! Since I will be returning to the States a month early for my brother’s wedding, I really only have March and April left to live it up in Scotland. If I thought February was busy, March is going to be a whole different level… Between essays that need to be written, friends that are visiting, and spring break with my parents, there’s a lot to look forward to as I head into the new month. So cheers to whatever adventures March brings! Continue reading “February 2022 Month in Review”

A Vision in Green

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For today’s blog post, I wanted to experiment with putting together a monochrome outfit. I’m usually not a huge fan of monochrome looks—I think they can appear cheap if done improperly—but I figured I should try it out again for myself. One of my favorite inspirations for all-over color and just super funky outfits altogether is Blaire Eadie of Atlantic Pacific. Her outfits may be the very definition of impractical, but I can’t help but love her whimsical pairings and color combos. I was inspired by her to create a more wearable monochrome look for the wintertime! Continue reading “A Vision in Green”