modcloth outfit


Never being one to miss out on a theme, I wore this to go apartment hunting. Keep your fingers crossed for me! Bonus, I made a new cat friend at my current apartments.


Aaaand here’s styling number 2 of the skirt (out of 2 for today, but likely a gazillion more times in the future). Mega obsessed with the top too (also from Pinup Girl Clothing). Feeling 100% bombshell.

book with a view #whatthelibrarianwore #submission via instagram: 180_looks_with_books

“To go wrong in one’s own way is better than to go right in someone else’s.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment


Outfit post for today, not rly outfit of the day tho. So this is my swimsuit, never worn in public out of fear. I hope to do something about that before the summer is over. It’s on my 2016 to-do list after all. ^^

Like most cute stuff, this one is from Modcloth as well. ❤️❤️


While I was in Ashland eating breakfast at my motel, I saw these cute little stairs across the street. I then decided to take pictures on them, even though it was a really public place and I still feel really awkward taking pictures of myself with people watching. I get myself all set up and start going even though there are lines of cars just staring at me. That’s when a woman with a camera eating breakfast in the same spot as me runs out from the motel and across the street to me. She said she came to help me and take my pictures. I told her that I was okay and had my own system down. I felt so bad, because I could tell she legitimately wanted to help!

My Fashion Truth: I play dress-up as often as possible because we should all try to fit more fun into our days! And the twirlier a skirt, the more fun I have.

I love this modcloth skirt so much. I wear it all the friggen time!

Photo by Chris Smart. You need to follow his street style photography blog: csmartfx

Bookish #whatthelibrarianwore #submission via Instagram: @meg_m_love 

“And so we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby