Finding your own sense of style can be incredibly difficult. In a way, it's like finding your identity and then showing it off to the rest of the world.
So here are four tips that to help you on your way to finding yourself and letting it shine!
For some girls, it's the shoes. For others, it's the handbags. But for me, it's the dresses.
Sorry, just had to put this picture of Lenka on here... The dress (and her too of course) is adorable!
Regardless of your secret closet obsession, I'm sure that you can agree with me that the names given to the several silhouettes and shapes of dresses can be plain confusing.
Admittedly, before Carrie Bradshaw came into my life, I was never fond of the whole "wearing different prints" thing.
. . . Well . . .
. . . Let's just say today I wore my new houndstooth scarf with one of my polka dotted dresses, all matching my black coat and black flats . . .
The other day I was talking to one my friends during photography class and she said she couldn't
figure out exactly where I'd work.
So that me thinking . . .
In an ideal world, what would I wear to work?
Well, that's what this post is all about!
One of my favorite quotes is "Friends are God's way for apologizing for your family."
Amusing perhaps, but there are some people (such as friends) that you need in
your life (besides your family of course).
So since today was senior orientation, I'm going to share my back-to-school supplies
and things I consider absolutely necessary for a gal to have (and some tips too)!
(And yes, I made a HUGE effort to make all my stuff look cute!!!)
Since today was blistering hot, I began to think of the days when the weather is cool and crisp.
This of course led my thoughts to think about what I like to wear on those sorts of days.
As I prepare for senior year, I keep looking back on my junior year
and what I should take away from it so then this year will be my best.
Off topic, but I'm gonna be Dorothy for Halloween this year. Can't wait!!!
But if there are any of you out there who are on the verge of being a junior,
here are some of my tips so then you'll make it in one piece!
In case you did not already know, I 'own' my own bakery called Crunchies.
, . . And lately I've been testing out recipes . . .
I've realized that whenever I am around kids or my friends I sometimes give some advice
that I think that everyone should take.
Okay, sure -- I'm only a teenager, but this is a piece of my always-growing pie of wisdom. . .