I particularly love these photos because they were taken right across the street from my Bloomington home. Yes, my house is the one on 8th Street with the candy stripe roof (Go Hoosiers). This beautiful house across from us is owned by an older couple with children and grand children, the only in a midst of crazy college students. I like to think they enjoy seeing us youths running around like insane college students and it gives them some gratification that they never want to be young again. Or they just hate us. I tend to believe that I live in the perfect part of Btown. It is close to the bars (Kilroy’s), Chipotle and Hartzell’s (ice cream!!), so what else do you really need?? I have this very strong urge to try and NEVER LEAVE but that plan didn’t fall over well with my parents. As my senior year continues to wind down in front of my eyes, I am enjoying the little things. Wednesday trivia nights, the local restaurants such as Feast, my amazing friends and sorority sisters that will move far after graduation, Vibe Yoga, the beautiful run to the football stadium and being able to go to my sorority for free food (that never gets old). My only task left here is to take in as much as I can.
Photos by: Julie Kennedy
Top | ASOS
Pants | ASOS – similar
Bag | Rebecca Minkoff – similar
Shoes | HM
Choker | ASOS – River Island
Triangle Necklace | ASOS
(ASOS was having a 20% off sale last week and I went a bit crazy ^). Finally, yesterday, we made it into the 40’s!! GRAB YOUR BATHING SUITS! I was personally just happy I didn’t have to wear my huge winter coat and it gave us some time to take photos as the snow melted. It also meant not wearing a hat so I could finally rock my take on the Ariana Grande hairstyle, which beyond popular belief, isn’t just a singer or a drink at Starbucks.
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p.s. I scored my Rebecca Minkoff cross body at her sample sale in NYC for $55! I’ve worn in almost twice a week for the past three years.