Why? Because I believe you don't have to sacrifice fashion and style for purity.
Modesty does not equal frumpy. This is my way of showing that modesty can be fashionable and pretty. I'm a girl determined to live a life of
and plenty of style.
It's quite grey and gloomy over here, so I'm currently at a round little table in Starbucks, happily clicking and typing away. Dean's crooning on Pandora, I'm wearing tall black leather boots, editing pics since I'm finished with classes, and actively choosing to be happy during this delightful moment.
It's a good day.
It's also Monday - but it's somehow all right! And it's the week of Valentine's Day! Which means...
Hello, red! And pink. And burgundy. And mauve. And every rich romantic shade...'tis the week to wear them in all their glory. I've been taking full advantage of wearing pink and red during the month of February so far. And I finally got around to getting some pictures of myself!
And what else says Valentine's Day and love like roses?
Leggings: from a friend who cleaned out her closet
Cardigan: Goodwill (thrifted)
Rose veil: gift from friend
Ring: The Icing
I adore this dress - I found it over winter break and got it for the sole purpose of wearing it for Valentine's Day (although I'll certainly be wearing it more than that).
Even though it was grey and drizzly, I decided to dress up anyways. I always love wearing bright BOLD colors on rainy days. Adds a bit of pop to the day!
In honor of Valentine's Day, I captured outfits around campus featuring pink and red ...so here's some pictures of Valentine's Day style!
Red + fuchsia velvet flats in Austin. Zee bows...I die.
An outfit's not complete without a stylish way to zip around...
Pink dress + pink nails. A definite must!
Stumbled upon this adorable couple at the local coffeeshop - meet Michelle and Caleb!
Three cheers for true love!