Thursday, September 6, 2012

On Cloud Nine




Hello! This is what I wore for my third day of senior year! My post is entitled "On Cloud Nine" because I was finally able to wear my Jeffrey Campbell's. So exciting! They are five inches tall and even though I am already 5 foot 8 inches, I adore the extra height boost. I paired them with a pair of dark rinse, high waisted skinny jeans for a "my legs go on for miles" illusion. Accompanying my jeans is a black and white striped tank top that I tucked into the jeans. I then threw on a pearl collar and added some vampy lipstick to complete the look. For these photos, I posed with my AP environmental textbook and The King Must Die by Mary Renault.

Anyways, I promised that I would share more about my senior year in a later post and might as well tell you about it now! I really like being a senior. We have so many privileges that the underclassmen don't have- parking in the senior lot, dressing up for senior Halloween, having the option to leave early (I however stay the whole day), having top lockers, etc. My favorite thing about senior year so far is that I can drive to and from school. It is so much easier and less embarrassing than riding the bus.

My classes so far are okay. I really like my AP environmental class. The teacher is also in charge of ecology club which I have been a member of for four years so we kind of already know each other. I am also pretty excited about my AP art history class because even though I really like art, I am not the greatest at creating it. So a class where instead I can learn about it is the perfect class for me. My art two class is also one of my favorite classes. I mean how can you not like taking art? Both my art classes (AP art history and art 2) also have a large window in them which at my school is pretty rare. So I am stoked about that. Two of my other classes also have windows- AP stats and AP environmental. This is the first year at Godwin that I have actually had more than one class with a window. My least favorite class, believe it or not, is study hall. We are not permitted to go to our lockers or to the restrooms during the class. And to go see a teacher for extra help or to go to guidance, we need to have a pass. These rules I find to be unfair and don't really think they make much sense. But other than that, I have a feeling that this is going to be a good year!

Jeans: Urban Outfitters
Top: Vintage
Collar: c/o Oasap
Lipstick: Wet 'N Wild
Heels: Jeffrey Campbell

9 comments:

  1. Wow, you actually look like a normal teenage girl in this. Much better than your usual crown of daisies with ugly flatforms. :)

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    1. Hi! Thank you but if you don't like my style then you don't have to read my blog. Everyone has their own sense of style and I just happen to like flower crowns and flatforms. To each his own!

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  2. Personally, I like her style. Maybe she doesn't want to look like everyone else. People who just dress like normal teenage girls aren't very fashionable & really don't have a sense of style.

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  3. Gorgeous as always x

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  4. Fabulous outfit you look so amazing, those shoes are just incredible too!
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  5. You can NEVER BE TOO TALL!! Especially with amazing JCs like that... glad that you love them! The striped top is so very cute, and I'm liking the high rise on those jeans.

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  6. Dang girl, way to rock the JCs! I admire your confidence. You're making me want to wear some 5" wedges to college now...haha

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  7. Great look! And I wish that I could still wear high heels! Sounds as if you have great courses that you love. This makes senior year such a blast!

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  8. I wish I had been this stylish in highschool!! You look awesome as always and I am sure you are the best dressed girl at Godwin :]

    - Larissa W.
    rvafashiongirl.blogspot.com

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