Tag: Online Shopping

10 Outfits I’ll Be Rewearing This Spring

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It snowed several inches here last night, so it seems only fitting that I’m sharing ten spring outfit ideas on the blog today… I’m getting to that point in the year where I’m growing bored of sweaters and jeans and want to start breaking out colorful blouses, flowy skirts, etc. I’ve definitely found myself daydreaming about spring these past few days! From the cute outfits, to the blooming plants, to spring break (!!!), I’m ready for the new season. How ’bout you?? Continue reading “10 Outfits I’ll Be Rewearing This Spring”

My Back to School Shopping Wishlist

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Today’s blog post is being published a little later than usual because my parents and I were out late last night partying—clearly, “partying” and “parents” naturally go in the same sentence. In reality, we spent the night at a socially distanced dinner with our good family friends, which was an absolute blast, and we stayed much later than I expected, laughing and telling stories about the weirdest teachers we had in middle school… So I just couldn’t bring myself to write and pre-schedule today’s blog post at 1 in the morning last night. BUT with school starting and the change of the seasons, I wanted to share with you all what I’ve been craving lately in terms of possible additions to my closet. With Labor Day just around the corner, I’m hoping to nab some of these pieces during a sale! Continue reading “My Back to School Shopping Wishlist”

{Shopping} Apocalypse Now

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The year is 2035, and in-person clothing shopping as we know it… has become extinct. Gone are the days of turning a boring Saturday afternoon into a shopping trip to the mall with your besties. Forgotten is the time when you had to brainstorm the perfect shopping outfit, one that would allow maximum foot comfort as you walked back and forth across the mall but would also ensure the most efficiency as you changed in and out of your clothes in the solitude of a dressing room. Lost is the joy you once felt as you ran your hands across every texture of the store, from the chenille sweaters to the sequin dresses to the suede booties. It was all gone. Continue reading “{Shopping} Apocalypse Now”