Tag: Sweater Weather

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”

Weekly Recap #43, 2021

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What a whirlwind of a week! I was so nervous before starting senior year that it would be disappointing without so many of my friends who graduated in the spring, but it’s safe to say that this school year has been an absolute blast so far. One of my best friends from high school visited me in Denver this weekend, so we were running around like madmen trying to squeeze in as much as possible in the two and a half days she was here. I feel like I need a weekend for the weekend! My only complaint is that my outfits were really lackluster this week—I should’ve stepped up my fall style game. Continue reading “Weekly Recap #43, 2021”

Why I Will Never Want a Career in Fashion

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One of the most-asked questions I receive from family members and strangers is if I would ever want to pursue something fashion-related as my full-time job. In fact, when I was a senior in high school, people would often ask me, or even assume, that I would want to study fashion in college. Obviously, I took a very different route by studying criminology and geography. I started college wide-eyed and undeclared, but I always knew fashion was on the list of things I did not want to study. When people asked me again during my Graceful Rags tabling event last week whether or not I wanted a career in fashion (or if I would ever blog full-time, if the opportunity presented itself), I was not surprised to find that my answer was still a quick and unequivocal “no”. Continue reading “Why I Will Never Want a Career in Fashion”