Easy and Comfortable Last-Minute Easter Outfit Inspiration

For some reason, I never plan my Easter outfit out too far ahead. I’ve seen a number of bloggers dressed to the nines in gorgeous floral numbers and other festive frocks for the past few weeks, but I’m more of a last-minute kind of gal. I also don’t love some of the stiffer looking pieces — you know the dresses that just look kind of hard to breathe/move around in? 

Instead, I’m taking more of a lax approach to my Easter attire this year and opting for my favorite flowy pastel maxi skirt. It’s easy to style (#lazygirlapproved), and is absolutely killer if you’re looking for something that just screams “Easter weekend”. 

How to Afford Designer Clothes in College

TOP (*) || JEANS || BAG || SHOES (*)

In this social media age, where FOMO is becoming the complete norm, I often hear college girls envying fashion bloggers and other Insta stars for their seemingly “perfect” lives.

Along with those picture perfect moments are also, typically, killer outfits. After all, isn’t this part of what makes us girls jealous of these social media mavens in the first place? Not only do they jet set around the world experiencing the best of each and every city under the sun, but they do it in style

Maybe I’m just speaking for myself, but lusting after clothes that are WAY out of my budget (which I typically stumble upon through street style blogs or Instagram) is just another day in the life of a broke-a** college girl. Ya know? 

25 Self Care Ideas That Will Cost You Absolutely No Money

Ahh, self care. The oh-so-trendy topic that’s simply everywhere on the web right now. It sounds very Gwenyth Paltrow if you ask me, but I love that #treatingyoself is actually becoming a legitimate practice. 

I mean, if you’re not taking care of yourself, what ARE you doing?

Am I right?

I do think that there’s this huge misconception though that self care needs to be some elaborate, expensive, time consuming, etc. process. In reality, self care is a gold mine for us boss ladies.

The Stories Behind my Four Favorite Pieces of Jewelry

If you’ve had the chance to peruse my ever-growing library of fashion content, you may have noticed that I’m not typically one for flashy jewelry. I love a statement necklace just as much as the next girl, don’t get me wrong. However, I have a few staple pieces that hold a lot of meaning to me and that I wear almost every day. 

Try to spot them in the next outfit post I publish 😉 

Anyways, I thought it’d be fun to give you guys a rundown of the pieces that you’ve probably already seen on me and will continue to see for a long time to come: 

5 Trends You Need to Try This Spring

Thank the freakin’ Lord, spring is finally in the air. Winter has been treacherous around these parts, but it was (almost) all worth it when I got to pull out my favorite polka dotted number this past weekend. I’m already feeling a major purging of my winter closet coming on, and I absolutely can’t wait to break out more of my spring pieces. 

In the spirit of the warmer weather, I want to share with you guys five trends I am loving this season in hopes of helping you perfect your spring wardrobe fast. I swear, just grab the below essentials, and you’ll be up to speed in no time.

9 quotes to make you stop caring what other people think

“Care what other people think, and you will always be their prisoner.” – Lao Tzu

If I could tell all women everywhere just one thing, it would be this: 

F*ck what other people think of you. 

I wrote a Motivational Monday post a few weeks ago on why fear is SO boring, but I never really got down to the nitty gritty on what I think scares people the most. 

It’s funny, because there are so many things to worry about in life, and yet almost all of us subconsciously choose to stress over what other people have to think/say about us. 

Motivational Monday: Fear is Boring

As the saying goes, worrying is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it gets you nowhere. I feel the same way about fear, which remains at the top of my shit list indefinitely. After all, there’s really nothing remarkable about fear. No excitement, and certainly no enjoyment. 

And did I mention that it’s f*cking boring?