Comfort Above All

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve realized that comfort is the most important thing to strive for in everyday fashion. I’ve always wanted to venture out of wearing jeans everyday outside of summer months. While I’ve learned how to incorporate dresses and skirts on colder days using tights and boots, tights can still be quite restricting and that’s just not going to cut it when I need to sit at a desk for eight hours during a workday. That is…

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Seattle – Part II

We spent two more days in Seattle, mostly on foot, exploring both touristy and local spots. Here are five things we did: 1. Walk around Pike Place Market Our hotel was only a ten minute walk to the market, so we went there every day during our visit to see something new, including the infamous gum wall. It was cool and all but I’m not sure I love it. 2. Queen Anne We were told that Kerry Park in Queen…

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Seattle – Part I

Stepping into real adulthood, I’m realizing how precious time off is becoming, which is why I want to make the most of it whenever I do have it. My best friend and I spent a short couple of days in Seattle, but we did so many things that it felt more like a week. I’ve lost count of the times I’ve been to Seattle now, but I was still able to discover a bunch of new things. We started off…

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Dungarees

I’ve been casually on the lookout for a pair of dungarees for a while now since they’re pretty much a more versatile romper – one of my favorite clothing items. However it’s much harder to a find one that fits well, which is why I was surprised to stumble across one that fits me like a glove in a local thrift shop. I paired it with a jcrew graphic tee that I thrifted on the same day. As the weather’s…

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Brussels, Bruges – Belgium.

What happened in Brussels recently deeply upset me. As I’ve grown older, I’ve become much more empathetic and attuned to what’s happening all around the world. However, things hit me the hardest when they happen in places I’ve been. Belgium was never on the top of my to go list, but when you live in Europe as a student, every city is fair game as long as it’s cheap. So for no other particular reason than Brussels being an affordable…

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Five Things About London

As I may have mentioned once, or a hundred times really, London is my favorite place in the world. I’m completely in love with it. Yes I’m fully aware that it’s not a perfect city – there are even things I hate about it – but I still love it as a whole. After studying abroad, I missed my life in Europe immensely. Now that more than a year has passed by since my return, a lot of the memories…

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Spring Comfort

Outfit Details Dress: Zara Shoes: BC Necklace & Earrings: Nordstrom BP

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A Walk in Venice Beach

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