Tag: Fall Fashion

My College Capsule Wardrobe

My College Capsule Wardrobe

Well folks, I made it to my apartment! My dad and I got here last night, and we’ve been spending today unpacking, shopping, etc. I’m so excited because unpacking is one of my favorite things, and today I’m breaking down the capsule wardrobe I brought for college this year (if you’ve been here awhile, you’ve probably heard me talking about it for months). While my school is returning to in-person classes for now, there’s a possibility they’ll send everyone home again, so we were instructed to “only pack the essentials”. Well to me, of course, the essentials consist of three bags of clothes and a huge box of shoes (check out the pics in this post). Continue reading “My College Capsule Wardrobe”

August 2020 Monthly Recap

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Boy, August was a whirlwind of a month! SO much happened, and I managed to stay extremely busy with a visit from family, my job, and of course, the blog. I start the trek back to school this Friday, so this week is all about tying up loose ends and, more importantly, soaking up my last days at home with my family! I think it’s going to be extra hard going back to school this year after so much time spent at home. But nevertheless, I’m excited! Continue reading “August 2020 Monthly Recap”

The Summer to Fall Transition

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Is it too soon to start talking about fall fashion?? While I’m not nearly as excited for the back to school season as I usually am, I am still SO pumped for fall fashion. Chunky sweaters, suede booties, and rich jewel tones are my favorite. Not to mention, I just think there’s so much more you can do with fall fashion compared to summer style… Did someone say, Layering? Today’s post is all about tips for styling “late summer” outfits—basically when you want to wear fall clothes but it’s still too hot—and some other ramblings about my fall plans. And of course, we can’t forget about this cute outfit! Continue reading “The Summer to Fall Transition”