Back to the Grind
Wednesday I start interning again. That means subway rides, shuffling through crowds, and spending the bulk of my day sorting clothes and fetching coffee. It may not be the most glamorous job in fashion, but it has certainly opened doors. Wish me luck!
I know people change and these things happen, but I remember how it was back...– Taylor Swift
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It’s not a silly little moment. It’s not the storm before the calm....– John Mayer
Worth a trip to London →
A play detailing the story of Coco Chanel’s life? Yes please.
Addicted to Contests
As I become more and more devoted to fashion blogs, I can’t help but run across some amazing contests. There are two on my horizon at the moment, one being Chanel’s Coco Rouge contest, which involves winning a trip to Paris next fall to see the Chanel couture fashion show. The other is Jack Wills “Best Summer Job in America” contest, which offers the winner a paid...
College Fashionista: Mix Master →
Click to see more of my sorority sister and style inspiration Luisa on collegefashionista.com! Style on.
Best Places to Eat Outdoors in NYC →
can you say summer internship lunch breaks?
Study Abroad in Style →
I can get a bit obsessive when packing for a trip that I’m excited for. Before my soujorn in the City of Light, I surfed the web for Parisian street style photos, bought sturdy yet styish luggage, and made multiple revisions on the ultimate packing list. Click to read always awesome refinery29.com’s take on what to bring on a summer trip abroad. Happy travels!
I’m not here to do anything halfway, don’t give a damn what anyone...– Gloriana
Fairy tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but...– G.K. Chesterton (via justbesplendid)
I’m just about done with my junior year of college, and I cannot believe how the time has flown by. To say that I’m frightened for the first time I tell someone “I’m a senior” is an understatement. My hyper-planner nature is FREAKING at the thought of one day having no schedule, no direction, and no plan. But maybe the plan is to have no plan. Maybe that’s part...