Punk Vibes

Hello lovelies!

How are you today? ♥

I'm so nervous right now as today I'm going to my celiac disease checkup and I can't eat before 2 pm and it will be super unpleasant. Thank goodness it will be quick once I get there. It's such a lovely way to spend the day off. But I will get some little posts prepped now in the morning so I think it's all good. (And also get to do some school stuff, which is semi interesting as well.)

Today, I wanted to share this quick outfit post with you. It has one of my more casual looks from this summer, and even though it's nothing fancy, I thought it would be fun to share it with you. I need to get these warm weather looks out of the way so that we can get on with this season.

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Top: secondhand Suspenders: secondhand Shorts: Gina Tricot Necklace: Gina Tricot Bangle: Nelly.com Loafers: SpiritStore Rings: Gina Tricot, Born Pretty Store

So there, a very simple, bit punk vibe look. I know my bra is kind of showing through, but let's just say that's part of the punk in there. I knew it was there while shooting, so it's all good. This outfit kind of reminds me of early days of Paramore for some reason. And that's pretty nice. 

What do you guys think about this look? Let me know in the comments below!

In the evening, I may have another post up simply because this was supposed to be up last night but our internet connection broke down. Also, check out my Instagram later today for a mani swap and the color challenge of the day. If you know any fun photo challenges, I would appreciate if you told them to me in the comments below so I can maybe do them on Instagram. I will see you all tomorrow!

Have a fabulous day ♥


  1. I'm a guy and not into fashion blogs. I found your site through Google+.
    However, I must say two words to you. You are simply gorgeous!

    1. Oh, and your handmade jewelry or accessories are very nice. Great Job!

  2. Please stop by if you are ever in Miami.

  3. Came across you post on Google+. Must have to say, it made me look up Celiac disease as I had no idea what it was, sounds like it can be pretty rough. Hope everything went well. While I was here thought I would read through the rest of your post. If you want my opinion, you look great. By the way, that is quite an impressive list of languages you know! And if I may ask, what are you studying in school?

    1. Thanks, it can be rough to some but it's not the worst thing in the world. I still like to raise awareness, because people don't understand the importance of the gluten free diet for celiac person.


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