Here is a collage I have been working on for my room.These clips have been accumulated over the past few months.
I am off for a life changing adventure in Kingston. Cannot wait to go back. xoxo
I have been begging my mom to take me to the city since I was 7 years old. So happy I waited, I ended up appreciating it so much more. It was perfect weather! what a beautiful city.
Over the years I have realized that one day I will be living there if I was serious about fashion. Hopefully I will go back this summer (:
I fell in love. Most of these pictures are from the same day- but I thought I would share my experience.
P.S. I HIGHLY recommend seeing If/Then with Idina Menzel. It was ahhh-mazing, like all other Broadway shows.
Before- we were pretty excited
And of course, cannot forget about the typical Gossipgirl pictures
The dreaded yet beautiful words. I have a love for J. Crew, but I know its bad for me. After a few shopping trips with my good friend, I realized we are horrible shopping partners. We tell each other to buy everything. We both go a little overboard. Hey! there were some amazing sales. I couldn’t resist. I am visiting New York in 2 weeks- that will be a wild shopping weekend.
I did get a lot for my buck. I listed prices (original&sale) below
first off, jewelry:
Of course I have to get the blue as well ($55) $15.29
($58) sadly, I paid full price
(TJ Maxx) ($28) $14.99
I was in desperate need for shorts. Finally it’s suppose to get warmer! chino shorts on sale(:
So happy, It was a extra 40% off sale then I got the extra 15% off for the student discount!
I cannot decide if I want these monogrammed on the front or back pocket.
(TJ Maxx) ($24) $16.99
I think TJ Maxx misread the price tag, so I got it on a super sale
I bought the flow-y pants and the dress for my Jamaica trip. However, I think these pants can be super chic with a white t-shirt and strapy sandals or heels. Normally, I wouldn’t pick these up, but I’m happy I did.
Yesterday was a successful day. Get ready for some OOTD’s featuring these items.
1 down and many more to go!
I took a (not so wonderful) drive to Ohio to visit Kent State- main campus. Not only to see it’s nationally renowned fashion school but it was everything I was looking in a campus- large student population, athletics (field hockey- score!) and Greek life. Plus, a beautiful campus; there were many updated facilities.
There are many more schools to see. However, this first college visit really made me see fashion is something I am passion about and want to pursue.
Because it was a general tour( with 3/4 of us were fashion students!) we did not get a tour of the fashion building. After, my parents and I took a peak inside. First, there is a fashion museum open to the public. It was fascinating- seeing the progressive of fashion and the industry. The class sizes were the same as my high school and seemed pretty interactive. Even though I know I will have to take the 200 person lectures!
During our walk through, we saw the library of fashion.. So many fashion books and bibliographies – I died! I wish I had that opportunity to read all of those now without buying them. The building had unique architecture on the inside. Overall, just made me excited to learn!
We are now driving through Indiana and will stop at Ball State. I do not know much about Ball, but they are also known for their fashion program.
It was pretty rainy today so I didn’t take that many pictures so I got some off of google.🙊
Just opened this past week. great find! A Marc by Marc Jacobs wallet I was meaning to buy for much less.
Finally it is hitting the 50’s! slowly but surely it will be 70