Tag: Ruffles

Tickle Me Pink

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Finally, a good ol’ fashioned outfit post! It’s time for another Thrifty Six collaboration, and this month it was my turn to choose a theme. When I went to my first thrift shop in Glasgow to look for something colorful for January’s collab, I also stumbled upon this really unique baby pink sweater. As such, I decided to choose “Tickle Me Pink” for February’s theme, which seemed fitting for the month of love. Continue reading “Tickle Me Pink”

Binge Worthy Fashion: Blair Waldorf from “Gossip Girl”

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Hey Upper East Siders. Gossip Girl here. And I have the biggest news ever. One of my many sources, Melanie91, sends us this: “Spotted: Blair Waldorf doing quarantine in style, acting like she doesn’t wear sweatpants to class like the rest of us.” Think she’s quarantining in her Fifth Avenue penthouse with Chuck Bass? The scandal… All I know is that she’s definitely missing sitting on the steps of the Met with the Serena Van der Woodsen. Continue reading “Binge Worthy Fashion: Blair Waldorf from “Gossip Girl””

Surviving School in the Spring

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It may be cliché, but I’m going to say it anyway: It’s that time of year again…

You know, the time when everyone returns from an amazing spring break and gets slapped in the face when they realize they are not, in fact, on summer vacation yet, and there’s still a few months of school remaining before freedom. Yeah, you know the feeling. Flowers start to bloom, the weather warms up, and all we want to do is bask lazily in the sunshine instead of stay cooped up indoors, studying. I think the eye roll in the photo above says it all! As a student, staying motivated during the spring—the “home stretch” between spring break and summer vacation—can be a really difficult task. That’s why I’m sharing some tips today to help you power through and maintain a little motivation to survive until summer break. Continue reading “Surviving School in the Spring”