Studded Starbucks

Jacket: H&M {similar here and here} || Necklace: Spring || Sunglasses: Spring {similar}
Pants: Old Navy {similar} Shoes: Topshop {similar}

Breaking away from hermit mode, I finally left the house today!
Since Sunday, I have been working non stop to finish up all assignments before the end of this week so that I can finally graduate! Only 8 left to go...

So I headed up to Starbucks for a bit of a pick me up while I worked. I wanted something comfortable, but of course fashionable. These pants were my favourite last summer and then all of a sudden, they shrunk! So now, they're a bit cropped, but still so comfortable. I also bought this necklace for Easter weekend and I'm so happy it's now part of my collection.

I love the neutral look of this outfit and let's be honest...
who doesn't love a gorgeous outfit that is also comfy?!

Looking Forward

Sunnies: Forever 21 || Jacket: Joe Fresh {similar here and here} || Jeans: Topshop
Shoes: Target {similar} || Clutch: Sears similar

This morning a few churches in my part of the city gathered together for an annual Good Friday service. Easter is my absolute favourite time of the year and this was the beginning of it all.

I try and save my fancier outfit for Sunday morning when we have a celebration at church. Today, the service was a bit more somber, so I chose to play with neutrals and lighter colours. The Topshop Leigh jeans are probably my favourite piece of clothing...ever. I own two pairs right now, one being in black. I have worn them so much, but they just fit so perfectly.

Hiding in the back of my closet for months, these shoes were finally able to make an appearance! I bought them when Target first announced they were closing and they are so comfortable. With both the shoes and jeans being neutral, I went with a blush and army green theme above. I am really happy with how the outfit turned out.

Remember, today is Friday...but Sunday's coming!

Dressed to Impress

On May 12 2015, I will be graduating from St. Thomas University with my Bachelor of Arts degree. After five years, three and a half of which were spent in school, I couldn't be happier to finally start the career I've been dreaming of.
...but before I get ahead of myself, let's talk about the dress.

The graduation gowns we are given to wear have an open front. This means that while walking across the stage, everyone will see your outfit. At my high school graduation, I wore a simple sundress to keep cool underneath those heavy black gowns. This year, I had to get a bit more creative.

I went on a hunt for a comfortable, cool and of course, fashionable graduation dress.
While I found the perfect one at Topshop, it is now sold out.
So, until I reveal the pictures from my May graduation, here are a few similar ideas that I love almost as much as the dress I chose!

{Clockwise} Banana Republic || SheInside || ASOS || Nasty Gal

{Clockwise} Bebe || BCBGMaxAzria || Forever21 || MissGuided

I have exactly one week left of classes and then it's a waiting game. I am so excited to put on the dress, the gown and walk across that stage (hopefully without tripping!) to receive my diploma.

What would you wear to a graduation?