We’re in that strange transition period between winter and spring and staying warm—but not too warm—and fashionable is a hard balance to find. Not to worry, I’ve found an outfit that strikes a balance between the two seasons perfectly.
My most liked post ever is the only workout outfit I’ve ever posted. I figured since you all liked it so much, I’d do another one.
The new year is right around the corner and with it comes all those resolutions about going to the gym. Am I right? Well it seems this post is right on time! Here’s a simple workout outfit with a simple way to look cute and stay warm (although if you’re still too cold maybe try ten laps to get the blood pumping).
I’m going to keep this one short.
Remember The Londoner? This is the same dress. I know that very often, people are hesitant to buy such loud pieces like this. Not to worry, here I am to show you that a statement piece is only an opportunity for creativity!
Despite the horribleness of my background, I think I’ve figured out how to take these pictures so they don’t look all yellow. This week’s outfit was my way of taking advantage of warm weather in November, something that would never have happened back home.
I’m finding myself spending a lot of time with my friends. Maybe I’m just overly aware that I won’t be able to call them up to hang out as easily by this time next year. Being in a small town where everyone walks to where they want to go, even just a trip to town for groceries is a good enough excuse to see a friend. I’m really going to miss it.
I’ve been a busy bee. But this is only the second week of classes. As busy as I think I am now, I will be so much busier in ten weeks. I haven’t had much time to miss Canada yet, but I’m sure I’ll get there eventually. For now the weather’s too warm here to want to go back.
I have a terrible habit of waiting for the last minute to pack before going somewhere, even when that “somewhere” happens to be England and the trip is for an entire school year. The problem is that I just don’t know where to start or what I need to bring and what I don’t need. I know most people reading this have probably already started university, but maybe in the future it will save you (and the future me) that last-minute panic.