What I Wore: Transitioning

This post is at least a week late, because fall is now here in full force! It was still a little warm a few weeks ago but with the gradual drop in temperature, I was bundling up more and more. Fall is so beautiful. I’ve never truly appreciated it until I started living on this side of the country. An entire forest slowly changing colors blows my mind.

A Little Chilly

Here’s an outfit I wore when bare legs were still tolerable. Read more…

What I Wore: Heat Wave

I’m trying to adhere to my no-pants rule as long as I can. I find myself a lot more comfortable with it than I thought it would be. I still love my jeans, but after years of sticking to what I’m familiar with, it’s fun to challenge myself with something different. I can definitely see this look as my new uniform. <3 Read more…

What I Wore: Skirts and Hats

I woke up one day and decided I didn’t like pants. Don’t really know why, I guess I’m getting bored of my usual look? It’s also really uncomfortable to have skintight jeans when it’s so hot out.

We went shopping in Vegas, and I picked up a few skirts to explore this style shift I’m going through. I haven’t worn skirts since my very conservative Christian high school where girls weren’t allowed to wear jeans and we all had to wear knee-length skirts if we were out of uniform. Read more…

What I Wore: On Vacation

I packed very light for our one-week vacation in Vegas. One pair of shoes, one pair of sunglasses, one bag, two dresses, three shirts, one pair of jeans, and a pair of lounge shorts for sleeping. My goal was to travel without checking in any luggage. I used to be a notorious overpacker, but I’ve been keeping it simple now.

Unsurprisingly, it was very hot in Vegas! It was like an oven outside, and the heat being dry doesn’t really help much. Read more…

What I Wore: Green

Moving to a lusher area has inspired me to wear brighter, more natural colors. Having lived in big cities for most of my life, my style of neutral and pastel colors synced well with the harsh lines and drab structures of urban life.

And while I’m not camping out in the wilderness, this new place still feels like nature. Rather than car horns, I wake up to birds. The nights are peaceful and chilly which has allowed me to me sleep better. Read more…