I have said in previous posts how Sundays are my makeup-free day and that I usually run all my errands for the week on that day. Here is this week’s errand outfit—it was only in the 70s so I went for ripped jeans by BLANKNYC with a simple jersey tank.
When it came time to accessorize, I chose my go-tos for running errands: black Nike Roshes and my Harvard baseball hat. I have also been loving the backpack trend and it makes running around for errands so much easier than carrying a purse.
So the sun finally decided to make it’s way out today, and what better to do then take some pictures?
*The Chukka boot I have on is available right now, on sale in Black get it here!
This is a very relaxed look that anyone can sport! I wore a teal button-down shirt with the sleeves rolled up to make the look more casual. I then paired it with a chocolate-colored pant and finished off the look with my favorite chukkas. I really liked the earth-tone feel of this look, and I love pairing colors that you might not normally match together.
I wouldn’t say that I’m some type of world traveler who jets of to Europe all the time (what 17 year old really is?), but I definitely have had my fair share of epic vacays. But with vacations comes packing, which used to be such a struggle for me. I would overpack, bring all the wrong things, and overall the experience was kinda just bleh. That’s why today I’m showing you guys some of my top tips for packing–hope it helps you out!
Roll your clothes: This is my number one favorite way to pack and you all need to try it. Rolling your clothes allows for so much more room in your suitcase meaning more outfits to choose from on your trip!
Bring things you’ll actually wear: I have read so many articles about what clothing you should bring on a trip and used to always go by those lists. Then I realized I never ended up wearing half the things I brought, either because I didn’t really like some of the pieces or they just weren’t my style. For example, the lists always suggested to bring jeans but I NEVER wear jeans so they would just take up space. So bring things you know you’ll wear and are true to your personal style!
No matter what my mood is, this song always seems to enlighten it! I love the freedom and life empowerment the song represents, with the assistance of Nicki Minaj’s bars. Put this song on and enjoy your weekend!
WARNING: This song talks about drinking alcohol (which we don’t promote or recommend for anyone under 21 years of age), so if that’s something you object to then you should probably give yourself a break and not watch this video today.
Today’s segment of my travel series features a very touristy day at England’s Stonehenge.
Before we headed out, I took a quick overhead shot of my outfit. I know, I know–it’s not very summery to be wearing a flannel, denim jacket and boots, but since the weather here in England is pretty unreliable, I wore lots of layers.
Located in Salisbury, Wiltshire, Stonehenge is considered a wonder of the world. The reason for its mystery is that no one knows who placed these massive stones or how they got here at all. What’s also pretty crazy is that the stones are from prehistoric times–they were constructed in 3000 BC!
Are any of you venturing to historical sites this summer? If so, comment below!
While I’m sure it’s quite warm in the states this summer, it’s a bit chilly over here in England. For any of you traveling to colder climates or for those random gloomy summer days, here’s a simple outfit for staying comfortable.
On these kinds of days (this day was particularly windy–hence the crazy hair), I still like to dress “summery” by wearing sandals and loose tops. On the other hand, it’s also a good idea to be prepared for the weather by covering up with a pair of jeans and a denim jacket.
Anyone who knows me is quite aware that I am utterly obsessed with Free People. I absolutely love everything about this brand and their versatility throughout the seasons. I recently got this cobalt blue coverup by Free People and now it’s my must have for the beach or pool.
I’ve been coveting pretty much everything Free People has been coming out with lately, but some of my favorites are this multi-colored T-Shirt Dress (so cool and funky!) and this fun and flirty classic Lace Tunic.
As I crossed the Atlantic to the UK, a very popular British department store traveled off to the states, and straight to Nordstrom. All thanks to Olivia Kim (curator of Pop-In@Nordstrom), Liberty London is currently available at select Nordstrom stores and online. In the Flowers Of Liberty collection, you can find everything from adorable tea cozies to the daintiest floral stationary. Read more about Liberty on The Thread.
Liberty London just happens to be one of my favorite stores ever, as I’m sure it is for most Brits. Naturally, I had to visit this iconic department store during my stay in the UK.
The entrance of the Liberty building, built in 1924.
Floral decor adds character and charm to the stores interior.
Originally famous for their prints and patterns, Liberty continues to sell their gorgeous textiles.