Molly and Zoey sunglasses | Molly and Zoey dress | A’Gaci heels
This dress is a blessing for Floridian summers.
It allows me to a) prance around outside and not overheat/sweat like a pig, b) snuggle up to code in bed without worrying about the material getting wrinkled, and c) keep up the illusion that I’m a stylish person. I stumbled upon it at a local boutique called Molly and Zoey in St. Armands Circle; if you’re in the Sarasota area, go check it out! It’s pretty new, and everything in it is comfy and affordable.
Abercrombie swing dress | A’Gaci heels
Content warning: This post discusses death and is probably one of the darkest things I’ve posted, but that’s why you have pretty pictures to balance it out, right?
I think a lot about being old.
When (if?) I’m so old that my body is stuck in life support mode while my mind wanders, will I remember my twenties? Will I regret them? If I could go back, would I change things? How so?
Dress made by me | Franco Sarto heels
The first person I came out to was my sister.
I was a sophomore in high school, and it felt less like coming out and more like I was confirming something she had known all along. She was the one who’d playfully taunted me for being “as straight as a circle” since we were little kids. Her reaction, though, was one of openness and acceptance, and through that positive experience, I was able to tell my friends, closer family members, and eventually the general public that I was queer.
It’s now been five years since I’ve started to overcome my own internalized biphobia/began to talk about the gender dysphoria I experience/explain to others that no, pansexuality doesn’t imply attraction to everybody out there. In honor of Pride month, I thought I’d do a quick touch-base with you all on where I stand on certain Pride-related issues that are prevalent today. If you’re the type to get easily offended, feel free to smash that red X button and come back for another basic outfit post on Monday. The opinions expressed below are mine and mine alone.
Hollister dress | A’Gaci heels
What a week it’s been!
First off, I owe you an apology for not updating nearly as much as I’d have liked to. I don’t want to be one of Those Bloggers who are all like, “oh my god I suck, it’s been too long since I’ve last posted”, but this story is actually a hilarious one … if you’re not in my position.
Express dress | A’Gaci pumps
I like large parties. They’re so intimate. At small parties there isn’t any privacy.
– Jordan Baker, The Great Gatsby
Much like Nick Carraway in Gatsby, us college students are also entranced by the glamour of the Roaring Twenties, and get a taste of it every year at our annual Gatsby-themed party by the water. ‘20s bayside mansions are literally part of my school’s campus, which makes it a lot of fun to dress up and dance the night away with friends and classmates. This year it rained throughout the event, causing our venue to change, but I enjoyed dressing up regardless.
Forever 21 dress | Old Navy flip flops
It’s official — this summer, I’ll be working as an Associate iOS Engineer at URBN, the parent company that Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People, Terrain, and BHLDN, in their Home Office in Philly!
“I’m really bad at showing my excitement, but I’m really, really excited,” I told my future manager after I found out I’d gotten the position. This still doesn’t feel real (and trust me, I’ve been pinching myself since I received the offer letter). I’ll be writing, testing, and maintaining code with the rest of the iOS dev team and actually getting to see what “doing Agile” means in a business setting. I’m also the first intern the iOS team has ever had, which is really cool to think about.
Everly dress | Qupid shoes
Aesthetic: The social butterfly you see at all the events on campus. Effervescent and aggressively friendly. Is impossible to have an awkward interaction with.
Good with names and faces. Knows absolutely everybody and has no qualms about initiating conversations with strangers. Somehow remembers everything you say. Does not care about social status and will blatantly be friends with everyone.
Express dress | Charlotte Russe shoes
Aesthetic: That girl in your math class who owned glitter gel pens in an astonishingly wide array of colors, wrote in big bubble letters, and meticulously organized all of her notes.
Her favorite color was purple, obviously, and she had the type of notebook paper with the reinforced edges. She got annoyed at you because you asked to borrow a sheet from her every single day.
The Mint Julep Boutique “Gracious Gardens” Dress
Aesthetic: the cool aunt who sends you hundred-dollar bills for your birthday, teaches you all the best curse words, and takes you to get a belly button piercing when your parents say no.
Is older than your mom but doesn’t look or act it. Has a swanky job in a big city. Is not married. Drives a nice car and lives in a colorful apartment with a cute dog.