Tag: Layers

Spring Into Easter Weekend with These Outfits

Easter outfit, checkered dress, orange purse, silver heels

Easter Sunday is this weekend (thank goodness—I’ll finally be able to eat dessert again after giving it up for Lent), and the holiday is the perfect excuse to get dressed up! Whether you’re religious and plan on going to mass, prefer to go to a nice brunch, or simply want to stay home to enjoy your baskets and egg hunts from the infamous Easter bunny, I’ve rounded up 13 of my favorite spring appropriate looks to give you inspiration for every occasion. Me? I haven’t decided on an outfit yet, but you betcha I’m going all out—dress, heels, curly hair, and makeup! Who else loves holidays and spring (and candy)? I’m so excited! Continue reading “Spring Into Easter Weekend with These Outfits”

How Fashion Changes in College

burgundy pleather jacket, Francesca's jeans, leopard rain booties

When I started college in the fall, I had every intention of maintaining my rather fancy everyday style. My high school’s dress code was a loose “business casual,” and as a result, I became accustomed to dressing nice each day (and actually really enjoyed it—gasp!). I’ve now made it into my second semester of college and have yet to attend classes in my sweatpants…so I guess I’m still doing okay with my goal. What I didn’t expect were some unintended consequences of life on a college campus that have affected how I choose to get dressed each morning. Sure, there’s the stereotype of students looking like slobs and never changing out of their sweats or leggings. But below I outline some rather unexpected, never-mentioned changes that have me itching to revamp my closet. If only the “poor college student” were just a stereotype too… Continue reading “How Fashion Changes in College”

How to Beat the Christmas Blues

blue booties blue top fall leaves

Have you ever noticed that at least half of all Christmas songs are complete downers? I mean, from “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” (stop lying to yourself—you won’t be home) to “Last Christmas,” a lot of holiday tunes focus on themes of loneliness and heartbreak. And don’t even get me started on the Christmas song about Momma’s red shoes…Talk about a tear-jerker! Continue reading “How to Beat the Christmas Blues”