I admit it; sometimes I feel like a bit of a hipster. I wore the above headband across my forehead once and was slightly embarrassed that I liked how it looked. Of course, one little headband doesn’t a full-blown hipster make, but who knows. Soon I may be donning long feather earrings, lumberjack plaid, and non-prescriptive glasses [just kidding about the glasses. I wore non-prescription glasses from Claire’s in fifth grade thinking I was hot stuff, and by sixth grade I needed real glasses. Never again!] Have a lovely Tuesday everyone.
First and foremost, happy Easter to my Western Christians/secular friends! As I am Greek Orthodox and we go by a different (religious) calendar, my Easter is not until next Sunday. However, I hope “American” or “Western” Easter has been treating you all well!
On a completely different note, I love colored jeans. I know they’ve been a raging trend recently, and while I was nervous at first to try them out, they’re now some of my go-to pairs of pants. I have a lot of black tops in my closet, so colored jeans always spice up what would normally be a black-shirt-blue-jeans outfit. This red pair also looks fantastic with dark blue, as seen here.
I hope the weather is gorgeous and sunny and that this Sunday is relaxing and fun! Hope everyone had a lovely weekend, and once again, happy Easter.
Now that the weather has settled down into its usual springtime temperatures–no more 80-degree days til April or May–the shorts and tank tops that saw the sunshine for a few sweaty, heavenly days were put away again and the trusty jeans were unfolded. I know many people love that in-between weather because of the layering, but I’m not a fan. I hate being cold early in the day and then sweltering in my piles of clothes. This outfit above is my casual, everyday spring, and with a leather jacket or light peacoat overtop is absolutely perfect for this type of weather.
As for my personal life, I’m back in school and am starting a new quarter. New classes are always a bit of a jolt for me, since I am definitely a creature of habit! I know many of you other college students are on semesters, as I will be next year, and only have a few more weeks of school! So exciting. I, for one, am ready for summer.