Tag: Edgy Outfit

Weekly Recap #16, 2021

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This was an extremely uneventful week, but after the hecticness of last week, it was kind of a much needed break! I like doing these weekly recap posts because they hold me accountable and force me to make my life more ‘interesting’ so as to avoid just talking about school constantly. But this week, that’s really all I got for ya’! I also realized after compiling my OOTD photos that I wore the same black leather jacket three out of the four times I got dressed this week… So, if you’re in need of leather jacket outfit ideas, today’s post is definitely for you! Oh, and did I mention it decided to snow again this week? Of course, I sent most of my sweaters home over spring break, so it has been a very chilly week indeed… Continue reading “Weekly Recap #16, 2021”

Neutrals for Spring

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Wow, it’s been just over two weeks since I last published a good ol’ fashioned, single outfit blog post! I’ve really been slacking with my blogging game lately, but I’m hoping to turn it around for the second half of this month—starting with this edgy neutral outfit! Continue reading “Neutrals for Spring”

Pantone Problems

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Way back in January, as I forced my dad to help me take a million blog photos before heading back to school, I got the idea to do a blog post about this year’s Pantone Colors of the Year—nothing special, since I’ve done posts on the annual colors in the past (see my Ultra Violet look here and Living Coral outfit here). But considering that I have very few yellow items in my closet, and none were quite the right shade, I wanted to get a lil’ creative with this yellow wall from my birthday photoshoot and use that as my outfit’s yellow. I finally got around to taking the photos last weekend, so without further ado, here are this year’s Pantone Colors of the Year: ‘Illuminating’ and ‘Ultimate Grey’! Continue reading “Pantone Problems”