Tag: Transitional Outfits

Six Ways to Wear Houndstooth Pants

I apologize for missing Monday’s blog post! I always hate missing a post, but with Easter and traveling back to school, I was and still am very behind in photo taking (hence today’s recap-style post). I got these houndstooth trousers at the start of high school seven years ago to fit into my school’s dress code policy, since we weren’t allowed to wear blue jeans, and they have been one of my favorite pairs of pants ever since. As my peers and I start to add more professional pieces to our wardrobes, it’s important to remember that work style doesn’t have to mean drab or stuffy. Nor does it only have to be worn at work! While these pants are great for a professional setting, they are so versatile and can be worn countless other ways—today I’m sharing just a few to help you style your own printed pants. Continue reading “Six Ways to Wear Houndstooth Pants”

Why It’s A-Okay to Be Undeclared in College

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I know it’s been a while since I’ve written a strictly college-related blog post, but I recently volunteered as a mentor at an event for undeclared students, and I really wanted to share my thoughts about the topic here as well. Plus, I put together this preppy spring look, which seemed like the perfect outfit to wear while talking about school! Without further ado, here’s my story of how I chose my majors—and why it’s completely okay to be undeclared. Continue reading “Why It’s A-Okay to Be Undeclared in College”

Kickin’ Off the Thrifty Six in Pre-Loved Shoes

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Today’s post is all about these brown peep-toe booties! I’m teaming up with a group of five other bloggers to start a new monthly collaboration where we showcase our thrifted items. I never really used to thrift, but ever since I was introduced to the world of thrifting—after stumbling across the perfect Calvin Klein dress for my first high school dance at a consignment shop—I’ve been hooked! Continue reading “Kickin’ Off the Thrifty Six in Pre-Loved Shoes”