4 years flew by so quickly that it’s difficult to comprehend that I no longer am a college student. That being said, I am free! I had to celebrate with a stroll by the Hudson River and the view of the city.
Dress: ASOS (Exact one here) // Watch: Kate Spade // Shoes: Forever 21 (old) // Bag: ASOS (old)
This weather is enough to drive you nuts. Hot, cold, hot, chilly, rain, breezy, humid, cold…it’s endless! I got so fed up that I decided that I should just find a dress that could work in such extreme weather situations. Ah, who am I kidding, I just thought it was just so darn cute!
It’s been a while. I apologize. I forgot just how terrible school was (Just Kidding). Between my (9-9pm schedule at school) and having to go out to take photographs for class, I’ve neglected my blog once again. I finally rushed out to do an outfit and to take my new dress out for a spin.
New York Fashion Week kicked off last week and I have been watching the multitude of designs strut down the runway with bated breath. There are plenty of designers that have caught my eye and my heart, but the one who stole it was Tadashi Shoji. He was by far the most different from the others. I absolutely loved the surprise plaid in his designs. Plaid? In the spring? Unheard of.
I was never the type to really go out and party. I was also the type of person who would stay in on a Saturday night, turn on the tv or curl up on my bed with a good book. Now that I am growing older I find that I want to go out a little more, I want to grasp and cling onto any opportunity.
A couple of weeks ago I received an email from a man I had interviewed with for an internship position (which I accepted and then declined). They were inviting me to a “Great Gatsby” theme event that would showcase the jewelry of emerging jewelry designers while making their guests rock the roaring 20s look. I, of course, accepting excitedly. It was free and I was allowed to bring a guest along. I brought along my best friend, Susan, as I know she loves dressing in past fashion. I think it’s her hobby, really.