I keep forgetting that it's only been two days since my last blog post since it feels like it's been forever. Perhaps it's because I haven't had time to read many blogs lately, or maybe it has to do with the fact that I haven't taken pictures since I got back to Illinois (this is my last set from California, minus a couple of Flock Together sets), but I feel like I've been absent. I'm hoping to find time to catch up soon though because life feels a little empty without seeing my favorite blogs on a regular basis.
As for this outfit, I'm so happy that I dug this vintage skirt out of my closet over the summer. I think I got it my freshman year of college, but wore it to death that year that I had to give it a break. It got left at home and eventually shoved in my "to sell" pile, but one of those "I have nothing to wear" moments prompted me to dig it out again over the summer and I've yet to look back. I really liked the idea of print mixing with the stripes and floral, and I couldn't resist throwing on the denim jacket as well. I swear, I've worn this thing almost every day since I've gotten yet. Last week, T.J. even said, "You know you can't live in that thing, right?" right when I got in his car. He obviously underestimates me.
In other news, I started my first (or rather, first last) day of classes yesterday. They all went well, except for when I mixed up the times of one of my classes and ended up in Applied Physics instead. However, instead of getting up and leaving when I realized the mistake like a logical person would, I just sat through the entire class. Because I'm awkward and didn't want everyone in the class knowing that I had made a mistake. I've honestly never done that before, and I'm glad it only took me until my senior year to do that. It was a fun time.
I really am sorry if I'm behind on commenting on your blogs! Somewhere between class, putting the paper together three times a week, and having some sort of social life, I'll make time for it. Who needs sleep anyway?
Top: Forever 21
Flats: Need Supply Co.