It’s the mid 90s. I’m celebrating my 11th birthday at Pizza Hut in Amman wearing a semi-midriff camo tee with baggy jeans. I thought I was the coolest thing in the Middle East that day.
I’m not the type to buy something as soon as I see it. I hem and haw usually for weeks and by the time I finally make a decision to buy the item, it’s sold out. (I’m not indecisive or anything).
I’ve been meaning to blog about DayBreak Lavender Farm for over a year. One of my favorite places to visit in the area, DayBreak is located in Streetsboro and is home of the annual Ohio Lavender Festival.
I think if I had to narrow it down to a few of my favorite styles ever, I’d say long sleeve mini dresses make the list.
I went to Forever 21 for the first time in probably six or eight months when I was in Tennessee and bought this tribal print peplum top.
I bought these retro pants from the Salvation Army with the intentions of selling them last year at the Ohio City Open Air in the Square market.
I found this Caché pant skirt at the Akron Discovery Shop for $2 and it wasn’t until I went to the fitting room to try it on that I discovered it was a pant skirt and not a maxi skirt.
I recently gave my mom a bag of dresses to hem for me and it wasn’t until I tried them on that I realized they were all the same exact style: long sleeve mini dresses.
The internet is exploding with cliche quotes and sayings that they all begin to blend together, and I usually quickly gloss over them in my social media feeds.