Floral Maxi Dress: Reformation x Urban Outfitters (similar) | White Booties: Jeffrey Campbell Check Boot Continue reading “the night before goodbye she said forever”
Plaid Maxi Dress: Urban Outfitters | Sunnies: Ray Ban Continue reading “we don’t need the city, the creed or the culture now”
Kimono: Vintage | Slip Dress: American Eagle (old) | Booties: Aldo (old) Continue reading “and why would you believe you could control how you’re perceived?”
Two Piece Set: Free People | Sunnies: Nordstrom Continue reading “keep your time, keep your mind, keep humble”
White Crop Top: Reformation Contessa Top | Pants: Faithfull the Brand Torrent Pants (similar) | Straw Bag: Vintage | Striped Crop Top: Charlotte Russe | Beige Shorts: Vintage Continue reading “draw the pictures in my head of you and i, fall in love before the ink is dry”
Two Piece Top and Skirt Set: Vintage Continue reading “my mind’s a place where mistakes are made”
Summer’s coming to an end and it makes me so sad to have to come to terms with it. For now, while the weather is still warm though, I refuse to believe that summer is really ending. So if you still see a few more summer inspired looks on my blog in a few weeks, that’s why. However, with fall on it’s way, that means it’s time for back to school season!
Today, I’m sharing a few Back to School looks with you guys. These are outfits more catered towards University/College, and if you’re not in school, you can still draw inspiration from them because these would make super cute and casual weekend outfits as well. I actually graduated from University a few years ago, BUT… I am heading back to college this fall to pursue a post-grad certification in a completely different field! To be honest with you, when I graduated, I never pictured myself going back to school. But life works in funny and unexpected ways, and I can honestly say that I’m so excited to be starting this new chapter of my life!
Cream Blouse: Reformation Detrich Blouse | Denim Shorts: Vintage (similar) | Suede Slides: Steve Madden Continue reading “we can do whatever we want, we can say whatever we mean”