Tomorrow Land

Happy Sunday, friends! It’s been a crazy week, so I haven’t had time to post, but this coming week is FINALS (already?!) which will be even busier, so I’m allowing myself a quick 30 min break from studying to post this fun outfit from yesterday! Honestly one of my favorite things to do in Savannah is just walk around the city and discover fun things, whether it’s cute little cafes I’ve never seen, scenic parks, or just fun places to take pictures, I love wasting time wandering the city. Yesterday we took a quick…err 4 hour… study break to get cupcakes at one of our favorite little cupcake shops, and do a little shopping, so we decided to take some fun blog pics along the way. The person in the 5th photo is my cute friend, Sara! She recently started her own Instagram blog, and you guys should definitely go give her a follow at @sara_kate_style on Instagram, you will love her! She’s also studying fashion design, and she takes a lot of my blog pics for me. She’s a rockstar!

I’m sure y’all know by now how much I love Anthropologie, so trust me when I say that this sweater is LIFE. It’s my go-to spring time sweater, because it’s really light but warm enough for Sav’s sudden cold spell (Make up your mind, Mother Nature!!!) plus it’s just overall adorable and retro and I’m in love with it, but unfortunately it’s sold out so I can’t hook you up. BUT, the jeans I’m wearing are also from Anthro, and not to be dramatic but…. they’re probably the best jeans in the entire world. So there. If you’re as in love with them as I am you can get them here . And then, of course, my very overused and well-loved Reeboks. They’ve made several appearances in my photos, and I just really don’t care because there are few things in this world that are as important as pink shoes. Okay also, I think I’m addicted to sunglasses??? I have like 10 pairs now and I barely ever even wear them because sunglasses make my face sweaty, but they’re so dang cute and I want all the pairs. You can get this cool retro pair at Free People here

Well that’s all for today, because this French textbook is not going to study itself, though I wish it would.

Au Revoir! (I’m getting good)


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