H&M Parka, Zara Striped T-Shirt, Topshop Jamie Jeans, Zara Thigh-High Boots.
Throwing it back to when I first started my blog and most of my pictures were taken in front of the cornfields in my backyard back home. While parkas may not be the most fashion-forward of pieces, I truly wear mine just about every time I venture outside. I’m also bringing to the blog for the first time one of my most prized possessions: my thigh-high boots. These ones fit perfectly to my leg and the absence of a heel makes them so perfect for my college wardrobe. They are currently on sale (link to them here), so get them while you can!
Zara High-Neck Sweater, Asos Farleigh Jeans, Slip-On Vans, Zara Scarf.
One of the purposes for my blog is to document my personal style, my personal style as an 18 year-old college student. Needless to say, I’m rarely caught wearing floor-length dresses and six inch heels. I’m much more likely to be caught wearing something of this sort. Therefore, I apologize in advance if outfits consisting of sweaters, ripped jeans, and slip-ons become exhausted.
Hello there. It’s actually been a really long time, so I apologize. Initially I was taking a two week break to focus on finals and finishing up my first semester of college. Once I’m off my blogging schedule, though, it’s all the more difficult to get back into it, so here’s me actually trying.
First of all, I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season surrounded by your family and friends. Christmas time is my absolute favorite time of the year and part of me is struggling to accept that it is over. Being a college student, though, I have an absurdly long break, so I have a couple more weeks to sulk in the holiday hangover.
I also want to fill you in on something I find quite exciting that happened recently. Last month I was assigned as one of the writers for my school’s chapter of the Odyssey. The Odyssey is such a cool writing platform, and I encourage you to look into it if you are a college student looking for a writing outlet. You can find the articles I have submitted here if, for some reason, you are interested in reading any more of what I have to say.
And now, on this insane thing called 2016. I was actually pretty upset to see last year go. I feel like I have been looking forward to 2015 for so long now that I didn’t realize there was going to be more after it. But I recently discovered that there is. And this year, unlike past years, I really don’t have a game plan. I know I’m going to have my last semester of freshman year, summer break, and my first semester of sophomore year. That timeline is really all I have established. And while not having this elaborate plan is scary, it also means that I have way to few of expectations and way to much time for unexpected experiences. So 2016, may you be filled with accomplished goals, wonderful people, and a few great surprises.
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