Maggie https://www.maggieroyce.com Bow wearing girl taking over the world Thu, 03 Aug 2017 04:01:29 +0000 en-US hourly 1 How To: Difficult School Dress-Codes https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/08/03/difficult-school-dress-codes/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/08/03/difficult-school-dress-codes/#respond Thu, 03 Aug 2017 04:01:29 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=8193 As someone who has navigated a tricky school dress-code for four years I have learned the in’s & out’s of difficult dress-codes. I’m such a rule follower that it is my absolute goal to not be dress-coded my entire time in high school & I haven’t been called down to the office yet!

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As someone who has navigated a tricky school dress-code for four years I have learned the in’s & out’s of difficult dress-codes. I’m such a rule follower that it is my absolute goal to not be dress-coded my entire time in high school & I haven’t been called down to the office yet! My schools dress-code tends to change a bit each year but the overall concepts are the exact same: professional, clean and modest. Because I do dress pretty conservatively already it isn’t a huge issue but there are a few things I have learned.

 

The most important thing I stress is finding pants that fit your body type & that fit your dress-code. This has taken many years of trial and error but the Old Navy Harper & Pixie pants both are a great pick for girls with curves. I’ve had my Harper’s since sophomore year and they still look good, investing in good solid pairs helps in the long run.

Sometimes, actually a lot of the time I am incredibly lazy getting dressed in the morning. I probably shouldn’t admit that on a blog with fashion content, but I’m a Seventeen-year-old girl so it’s true. Junior year was the year of effortless dresses. While some of them aren’t the most flattering, I relied on baggy dresses which I wore year round.

As someone who does like to have fun with clothes though, accommodating to dress-codes can be irritating to “fit trends,” which is where unique details come in. I have found myself not shopping at thrift stores for main pieces (i.e. shirts, pants, skirts) but for accessories, shoes & jackets to spend less yet change outfits completely. I found a vintage colorful Brooks Brother blazer freshman year that is one of my go to pieces for changing up my wardrobe in the spring. Another find was a pair of C Wonder (RIP) chevron block heels that aren’t high but add a major pop to any outfit.

It’s easy to complain about dress-codes, trust me, I know. But the more you learn to “suck up” the idea of “baggy butt pants” and work with what you have, the easier it will be. You may not be wearing the latest style of off the shoulder tops every day but it does make wearing them on the weekends more fun.

xoxo

Maggie

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Coffee Talk: BREW Cary https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/07/31/coffee-talk-brew-cary/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/07/31/coffee-talk-brew-cary/#respond Mon, 31 Jul 2017 17:27:47 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=8183 If you haven't noticed from social media, it's prom season.

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While sometimes it is easy for me to complain about living in Raleigh, one of the best parts are the crazy amount of quirky coffee shops. My best friend & fellow coffee addict Kat now have a coffee shop bucket list of places we want to try and are slowly making our way down the list.

On my list was BREW, a trendy coffee shop with two locations in the Raleigh area. One of them being in downtown Cary, attached to an old referbished movie theater. I always used to roll my eyes at downtown Cary because of the constant construction and that nothing was ever going on. But slowly they have been revamping it & I camped out in the small library for the first half of Junior year.

BREW was packed but Kat and I found a small cozy corner to talk our afternoon away. I ordered an almond milk latte, really any place that has a good almond milk latte automatically wins & it came in a mason jar. Great coffee + cute aesthetic  = happy basic teenage girl. Something that adds to the awesomeness was the incredibly helpful staff. I can’t have dairy (a tragedy I know) or caffeine and the staff was super helpful to work with me to find a drink that I could not only eat but enjoy!

Proof that I really liked it? I went back last week with my mom and again, it was awesome.

If you live in the Raleigh area, leave suggestions for other coffee shops to add to our list & I’ll share my thoughts!

Xoxo

Mags

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Where I’ve Been https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/07/13/where-ive-been-2/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/07/13/where-ive-been-2/#comments Thu, 13 Jul 2017 04:18:05 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=8133 Why I almost gave up blogging and my battle to regain my health.

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The thing with stories is that they have many chapters. Some are good, some are bad but they are sections and phases.

When I was first diagnosed with PCOS & lost 25ish pounds, there was freedom. I wrote a blog post, which has been my most shared article yet and that post was picked up by Girls Life Magazine a few months after. After that, I realized my purpose in blogging & fell in love with writing content for my new readers: (mostly) teen girls in search of an unfiltered voice. After my trip to London & a summer filled with traveling, I found myself back at my high weight. Yes, I had some good moments. But I never felt in control.

I haven’t been as open on the blog this past school year as I probably should have. I didn’t want to seem whiny or complaining 24/7. But this past school year brought one of the hardest seasons of my life. (I roll my eyes at typing that because I know harder things are ahead, but as of right now.) I didn’t have full control of my eating. Luckily my sanity was found in throwing myself into my student government position, spin classes, and daily journaling. That all still wasn’t enough.

Because my health was not consistently healthy I found myself bound to anxiety: I pushed almost all of my friends away, ate lunch while studying alone in a teacher’s classroom, didn’t attend any school basketball games and wrote only a handful of blog posts. I resented blogging because I was surrounded by “fit” women with picture perfect lives all matching an Instagram theme. I lost touch with my blog because I tried so hard to be this mold of what gained followers and likes.

My weight reached it’s highest point the second week of June, right when I burnt out after planning prom & a chaotic exam week.

This pushed my anxiety to its highest point it has ever been. I didn’t want to leave my house, was constantly tired and “snippy” with everyone. But I finally had my friends asking to do things, my planner overflowing with to-do lists, all of the things that were supposed to make me “happy”. But I still was ashamed to take pictures of myself, cried a bit too much and found any excuse to worry.
So my parents (unbelievably thankful for them) told me to quit my summer job and took on a few internships I am genuinely passionate about, giving me enough time to put my health as a priority.

The past few weeks haven’t been easy though. To fully put your health first becomes a job, something easy to throw to the side, hence why I lost the balance before. Just because I now have time to work on my health doesn’t mean it’s truly easier. I’ve been faced with a roller coaster of emotions and still have not fully “detoxed” myself from the awful sugar cravings.  

A few nights ago, after a week of eating and exercising, finally starting to feel like myself again, I gave in to a tub of cookie dough. That spurred a sleepless night of anxiety, tears, and frustration. Then came the battle with my sugar cravings yet I felt this weird push to keep going. Then while working on blog content, the first time writing a post in two months, I got a call from my mom telling me that Girls Life had posted my article about my health on their website. Now I don’t know what you believe in this life if there is a God or not, but if that isn’t a sign to keep going and keep sharing, I don’t know what is. 

So my story won’t be picture perfect. It’s not going to be light pink and covered with polka dots all wrapped up in a pretty bow. It doesn’t have a matching Lilly Pulitzer pattern. It isn’t covered with sprinkles or is even really “Instagram-worthy.” But I have been given a platform to share my story, regardless of how “sucky” it is. What I am going through is for something so much bigger than myself. And that’s how I have to approach my blog content. I won’t be forcing myself into a box to write what every other blogger is talking about, regardless if it “brings followers” or not.

From my first attempt at a blog post last week, the first time in awhile.

I have been given the tools and opportunities to improve my health & share my story, so now I have no excuse not to try.
Bear with me sweet readers, things aren’t going to be all “J.Crew sale” or picture perfect, but I can promise you it will be a whole lot more authentic & really truly, more Maggie.

xo

M

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The Cultivate Book Launch! https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/06/27/the-cultivate-book-launch/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/06/27/the-cultivate-book-launch/#respond Tue, 27 Jun 2017 19:15:51 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=8049 Y'all can yell at me. I know. I know. I haven't posted in a month. But I pinky promise I am working to be better about blog content. Anyways, this past weekend I had the honor of attending my sweet friend Lara Casey's book launch. I have followed Lara's sister brand Southern Weddings for many years (#eventcoprobs) and am always commenting on the entire team's Instagram's. Lara was interviewed for my #GirlBoss interview series and I kid you not, she is the most authentic, genuine woman on social media.

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What I wore: Dress (majorly on sale) & Heels (Thrifted, similar)

Y’all can yell at me. I know. I know. I haven’t posted in a month. But I pinky promise I am working to be better about blog content. Anyways, this past weekend I had the honor of attending my sweet friend Lara Casey’s book launch. I have followed Lara’s sister brand Southern Weddings for many years (#eventcoprobs) and am always commenting on the entire team’s Instagram’s. Lara was interviewed for my #GirlBoss interview series and I kid you not, she is the most authentic, genuine woman on social media. Earlier this school year I was overwhelmed with a situation in my personal life, emailed her and she sent me a 7-minute audio recording to offer advice. Her wisdom is overwhelming and so positive without being cheesy.

I am so excited to dive into Cultivate (I’m currently rereading her book Make It Happen) after an amazing launch party. It was PICTURE PERFECT. Everywhere you turned there was something Instagram-worthy and inspiring. From the giant flower wreath, take home succulents, gorgeous barn venue, make your own flower cuff, and an Italian ice stand, every detail was gorgeous. On top of all of that: the women (and men) in the room were full of joy and smiles. I hung out with a bunch of blogger friends & easily made new friends. So many smiles and laughs. It is easy, especially as a teen blogger to feel disconnected and surrounded by internet “competition” (one of the reasons I’ve been MIA) but in that room, I was completely reinspired.

If you know me I am passionate about mentoring and intentionality, one of the reasons I am excited to read Cultivate. Lara wrote “Peonies grow through the dirt, and so do we.” which was actually my phone background for most of this school year and is a common theme of her new book. Check it out here & if you missed my interview with Lara, you can read it here. 

xoxo,
Maggie

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Sunday Downtown https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/29/sunday-downtown/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/29/sunday-downtown/#respond Mon, 29 May 2017 04:01:23 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=8005 Last weekend Sunday morning church turned into church + brunch + day full of exploring. Not going to lie my friend Katherine and I were absolutely avoiding the inevitable studying for exams.

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Dress c/o // Bralette // Sandals – Similar

Last weekend Sunday morning church turned into church + brunch + day full of exploring. Not going to lie my friend Katherine and I were absolutely avoiding the inevitable studying for exams. We got up early and got all ready for service, afterwards we brunched at The Raleigh Times, one of Kat’s favorite places to eat. Technically Raleigh is a “city” but most of the time it just feels like a bunch of big buildings no “hustle and bustle”. But when Raleigh does have things going on, like last weekend, it actually feels like a city. Raleigh has tons of art festivals, which we wandered around, got temporary tattoos and pet a lot of dogs.

This dress was sent to me from Tobi, which I’ve actually loved going through their website & have featured them in my prom dress post. I’ve always been intimidated dressing trendier but I’ve found a bunch of trendy, but still “me” pieces on Tobi.com. I fell in love with this flowy white dress because it was so effortless and the navy blue embroidery was my style while still fitting with the trend. I also cannot stand when my bra strap shows so I have fell in love with wearing bralettes, over my bra, to pull of the off the shoulder looks.

Anyways, it’s summer and I cannot wait to post regularly. Aiming for twice a week but who knows, could be more!

xo

Mags

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A Letter To Rising Juniors https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/26/a-letter-to-rising-juniors/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/26/a-letter-to-rising-juniors/#respond Fri, 26 May 2017 19:16:28 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=7976 Dear Rising Juniors, I wouldn't wish Junior year on anyone, it isn't fun, but it is inevitable. It wasn't my favorite year at all, but it held a few of my favorite moments and my favorite classes.

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Dear Rising Juniors,

I wouldn’t wish Junior year on anyone, it isn’t fun, but it is inevitable. It wasn’t my favorite year at all, but it held a few of my favorite moments and my favorite classes. 

Take a class that is mindless // I definitely recommend having a study hall in your schedule but if you can, take a class that is “mindless” – for me that was my sculpture class. It was 45 minutes, twice a week, where I got to smack clay, cut wires and create art I’m actually, ok mostly, proud of. I’m not artsy at all, I’m creative, but not artistic, so this got me out of my comfort zone. 

It will be competitive // Teachers often say that my graduating class is the most competitive and rigorous yet. I never really thought that because we have super athletic kids (not me, obviously) and our grade is the most into school spirit, but oh my I was wrong. Junior year brought out the intensity of everyone. I definitely isolated myself out socially, which I regret, but at the same time, everyone was on edge all of the time. No one warned me that everyone would be comparing numbers and comparing colleges constantly. It was vicious. I finally made myself only look at my grades once a week because it started to really get to me. My AP Language teacher, at least once every two weeks had to remind us that grades don’t matter and the competitiveness really gets to you. You aren’t your grades. You aren’t your score on any exam or test. You aren’t defined by the classes you take or the pictures on your Snapchat story. 

Workout, eat right & sleep // This is something I really worked hard to do and I’m thankful I did. Eating right and working out at least 3-4 days a week minimum kept me a lot less on edge as I could have been. It gave me something to get my energy out and endorphins really do help. Also I only got sick once, at the end of the year for two days while I know so many others who were out for weeks on end. Burn out will happen regardless, but the better you eat, exercise and sleep it won’t be as bad. I also kept a journal from January on, which has added to my continuation of sanity.

Your parents are your biggest cheerleaders // Compared to the beginning of Freshman year to now, I am so much closer with my parents. Yes, we do drive each other nuts everyone in awhile and I still can’t keep my room clean for the life of me, but they are my biggest fans. Whether it’s helping me plan homecoming and prom or just venting after a long day, they are always there. I’m definitely a self driven person but having parents that encourage you to work to my personal best and occasionally take a day off (to hangout with your grandma) when it gets rough, got me through this year. I know so many people who don’t have as great of relationships with their parents, which makes my heart hurt, but if you can, their support will get you through. 

Use a planner or an organized system // I’ve had the same system throughout high school but Junior year really refined and showed me what truly works. I’ve learned that I HAVE to use a planner to jot everything down, I recommend it a million times. The satisfaction of crossing something off, even though my school uses an online calendar system, motivates you to knock out everything. I also learned that I can’t study as well at home, I’ll get talking with my mom or fall asleep so the library has become my second home. I credit a lot of my success to my planner, my acoustic covers study playlist and my favorite table at the library.

Take joy in the little things // While there are big things that are memorable, whether that’s dancing with your best friend at homecoming or beating the rival school in a heated basketball game, I’ve held on to the little moments. That includes setting off fireworks in the parking lot after (teacher supervised), car dance parties or rapping Ice Ice Baby in the center of the dance floor at prom with my two closest best friends.  Or even driving home from an away football game at 11 at night with the windows down in a random small southern town with the stars shining so bright. I’ve baked cookies and danced around my kitchen, picked up my little brother from school and got ice cream, visited my best friend at her college for dinner – they aren’t the big moments but they are my favorite. If you define your happiness by the big moments, you’ll look back and be disappointed, but the precious little moments make studying in the library worth it.


Reflecting on Junior year makes me so excited for Senior year ahead. I will be taking classes I’m all interested in & I’m hoping to take all of the many lessons I learned and actually apply them. I’m excited for all of the traditions, whether cheesy or not and for the fun ahead. Juniors, you will get through it. Gold is not made with out an intense refinement process.

xoxo

Maggie

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City Crush https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/12/7949/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/12/7949/#respond Fri, 12 May 2017 21:49:26 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=7949 Top // Pants // Tieks // Bag (Kate Spade, old) // Sunglasses I’ve been a city girl, ever since I was little and we took summer trips up to Boston. This year I took a sculpture art class and four of the many pieces I made this year were versions of city skylines. Then in […]

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Brunching, obviously

So far I’ve taken this exact photo in London, Boston & now DC!

Top // Pants // Tieks // Bag (Kate Spade, old) // Sunglasses

I’ve been a city girl, ever since I was little and we took summer trips up to Boston. This year I took a sculpture art class and four of the many pieces I made this year were versions of city skylines. Then in my theology class we had to describe what is “breathtaking,” for me that’s a skyline covered in buildings. I could gush about them all day and the fact I’m listening to the “La La Land” soundtrack doesn’t hurt.

But back in 7th grade, I developed a major crush on D.C. Maybe it’s the quirkiness of Georgetown or the history everywhere but it as a piece of my heart. My mom & I took a trip to Washington D.C. over the first weekend of spring break (that’s how behind I am on blog posts) and my seventeenth birthday! I have a full recap post coming, I promise, now that I’m back a bit more regularly blogging. We only had 48 or so hours in the city, including a college tour and we made the most of it as much as possible. While I’m not sure where the upcoming college admissions process will take me, I’m excited to see where I’ll eventually end up!

On a totally other note, I am obsessed with these white pants. I bought them for my birthday, because they are meant for those of us who are short, a revolutionary concept really. The first pair of pants I’ve had that don’t scrunch up at the bottom and look super weird.

After this week I’ve finished my AP exams and now only have 3 classes so I am beyond thrilled, officially 2 weeks until I’m a senior! I’ve really missed blogging and the consistent routien which is something I’m so excited to get back to. While I’m not 100% sure on my plans for this summer I can definitely say that blogging is on my list of defintes. I also turned in my fifteen page proposal for my Senior Independent Study project – my blog! I’m looking forward to having my blog be one of my classes next year, to really focus on it.

Xoxo

Mags

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Ask The Boy To Prom https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/07/ask-boy-prom/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/05/07/ask-boy-prom/#comments Sun, 07 May 2017 19:04:45 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=7941 Junior year pushed me into a trap. A trap of waiting. Junior year is a series of waiting. You’re in the midst of working really really hard so colleges will like you but at the same time, you can’t apply to colleges so you just have to wait. You can’t be excited to graduate because […]

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Junior year pushed me into a trap. A trap of waiting. Junior year is a series of waiting. You’re in the midst of working really really hard so colleges will like you but at the same time, you can’t apply to colleges so you just have to wait. You can’t be excited to graduate because you have to wait until you can officially wear the “Class of 2018” shirt (less than 20 something days until I get that title.)  Waiting for college applications. Waiting for any possible day off or vacation. Waiting for the weekend. Waiting for the lunch period which occurs at exactly 1:05. Waiting for summer. My planner has featured so many different countdowns to various occasions. The color coded book I cling to and scribble in daily, is just a serious of things to do until I can sleep. Looking back on this year, the days blur together because I really just can’t wait to get home.

But you can’t just wait around for the rest of your life to happen. Life doesn’t just magically happen. You can’t just go through your days waiting. I wish I could just sit back and just ride out life, but unfortunately this isn’t Disney World and “Please keep all hands and feet inside the vehicle at all times.” doesn’t apply.

So I asked my date to prom. I didn’t want to worry about whether or not anyone would ask me (plot twist: they probably wouldn’t). I didn’t want to “wait and see” if I could maybe have a date. I got tired of waiting for the world to just happen, which I’m slowly learning, doesn’t happen at all. I worked up the courage and asked a longtime guy friend to prom in a simple text message. He said yes, as the sweet guy he is and we laughed (& swing danced) our way through prom night.

That isn’t how it’s supposed to happen. That’s unconventional. Normally it is the guy who is supposed to ask the girl, not the other way around. When you tell someone that you, a girl asked a boy to prom, you are met with an “oh,” a look of almost pity. Call me crazy (or a crazy feminist, as some naysayers often refer to me as) but life isn’t going to happen unless you jump in, feet first. If you don’t ask the boy, you’ll never know. If you don’t say what you truly want to say in a moment, you’ll live your life wishing you had spoken. If you wait for pigs to fly, you’ll spend your whole life looking towards the sky.

Maybe this sounds painfully cheesy or silly but I’m so glad I asked the boy to prom. I’m glad I’ve stepped out, some small and some larger in this time of waiting. I’m glad I’ve done things that bring doubt and uncertainty, instead of wishing and waiting. While I haven’t done anything too risky, unless you include ditching school one Friday to spend time with your grandma or late night Target runs on school nights, stepping out while “waiting” has brought memories and moments.

– Mags

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This post has been edited many times with several drafts in my blog dashboard. I haven’t really wanted to blog as I used to. Maybe it’s my love for reading Hannah Brencher’s blog or listening to podcasts nonstop but my voice is growing up, so I hope you stick around to read. Let me know what you think!

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Prom 2017 https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/04/30/7928/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/04/30/7928/#comments Sun, 30 Apr 2017 23:25:35 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=7928 If you haven't noticed from social media, it's prom season.

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If you haven’t noticed from social media, it’s prom season. My school’s prom was this past weekend and not to anyone’s surprise, I was the student head of the prom committee alongside my best friend Maddie. For the past 3+ months, prom has consumed my brain and I am so excited for how it turned out. The Junior class hosts the prom every year, while Student Council does homecoming (I was also in charge of – read more here). This year’s prom was “The Golden Age of Hollywood” based on classic old movies which was completely different than this past fall’s Secret Garden theme.

While most girls leaned towards black, white or red (some blues) to go with the theme, I found this plum ruffle dress on major sale as a consignment bridesmaids dress. It’s my all time favorite shade of pink (I actually wore a plum ruffle dress to my cousins wedding back in 2010 after my obnoxious obsession with the movie “Confessions of A Shoppaholic”) and I loved how bold, but classy it was. I wore it with a silver belt from Francesca’s and these super funky gray bauble earrings (similar).

I took my friend Cole, who I’ve known since 7th grade because we teach Cotillion classes together. We’ve been ballroom dancing & working together for five years so getting to swing dance at prom was a highlight before he leaves for college.

Funny story: Before prom, we went to get dinner and at the table next to us was four little girls who thought we were princesses. They asked for our autograph and it was the sweetest thing. (See more on my Twitter!)

Sophia, Maddie & I

Cole & I

My dad took this picture of my hair & I’m just a bit in love with it.

Mads & I: We were the main two in charge of prom and while it was tiring, it was so worth it.

I love getting to see months of hard work all come together! I’m already starting to have event coordinator withdrawal but I just have to get through exams, then I can start on Homecoming for the fall!

xoxo

Mags

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Outfit: Pom Pom Party https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/04/26/pom-pom-party/ https://www.maggieroyce.com/2017/04/26/pom-pom-party/#respond Wed, 26 Apr 2017 11:19:43 +0000 https://www.maggieroyce.com/?p=7900 Now you will notice, I'm wearing a crop top, ah the horror!! I'm not a crop top person to say the least but found this top online at Forever21. When I purchased it, I had no idea it was a crop top and was suprised when it came in the mail.

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Top // Jeans // Sandals / Bag

There are some seasons in life where I can blog with no problem & know exactly what I’m going to say. This my friends, is not that season. Recently I haven’t had much motivation to publish content which is annoying but is natural so I just go with it. But, I forgot I had these pictures and they are too cute not to share.

Now you will notice, I’m wearing a crop top, ah the horror!! I’m not a crop top person to say the least but found this top online at Forever21. When I purchased it, I had no idea it was a crop top and was suprised when it came in the mail. Luckily my jeans sit somewhat higher and there isn’t a huge stomach gap. When crop tops are done “right” I like them, but if not, no way jose! This top fits every possible desire for Mexican Food Fridays with my friends: you can eat as much as you like and not have to worry about a food baby, pom poms, inexpensive and more pom poms. I’m also super in love with these pom pom sandals but unfortunately the quality wasn’t too great & they broke so I had to return them.

Now I can’t wait to be wearing jeans (& shorts) & party tops every day this summer, 30 days until summer & 30 days until NO dresscode!

xoxo

Mags

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