Tag: DSW

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”

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”