Tag: Old Fashioned

Weekly Recap #11, 2021

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Only a week left until spring break! I am beyond ready to finish this quarter of school, so I spent the past week on full Go mode trying to crank out some projects before my final exams next week. My to-do list is a mile long but for once I’m feeling motivated to tackle it! In other news, it was very warm the first few days of the week and I struggled to put together cute spring looks, since my current school wardrobe consists only of dark colors and sweaters. What am I most excited about for spring break? Switching out my clothes, duh. Continue reading “Weekly Recap #11, 2021”

Get to Know Me Through My Style!

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If someone asked me how I define my personal style, I wouldn’t have a direct answer. Eclectic? All over the place? I’ve always had a diverse interest in my academic studies and hobbies, and the same holds true for fashion. From old fashioned dresses to studded jackets to tons of collared shirts, I like to think I have a little bit of every style in my closet! Sure, this makes branding my fashion blog a little difficult (I don’t share exclusively super feminine outfits, nor do I just share casual looks), but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Sometimes you can learn a lot about a person through the way they dress, so I thought it would be fun to share my most-worn styles, along with some of my hobbies and traits that most correspond to those categories of fashion. Hope you enjoy this unique get-to-know me post! Continue reading “Get to Know Me Through My Style!”

Thrifty in Leather

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It’s time for another Thrifty Six collaboration! If you’re new around here, the Thrifty Six is a group of six fashion bloggers who come together once a month to showcase how stylish secondhand items can be. This month’s theme is leather/faux leather, so keep reading to see my take and how the other ladies styled their thrifted pieces. Continue reading “Thrifty in Leather”