College Outfit Gets Grad School Update

I was a psychology and anthropology major in college. I spent the vast majority of my undergraduate years in UM t-shirts and sweatshirts, jeans, and Old Navy flip-flops.


Sure, I can still wear that to class. But I will look like a college freshman. So when I'm feeling too stressed to get dressed (haha- it rhymes), I revert to my good ol' college uniform, plus a few easy upgrades.
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It's all about The U.
I've had this hoodie since my senior year of high school, when I found out I would be going to my dream school, the University of Miami. :)

I will have this hoodie forever, even when it no longer fits.

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I've spent the past 2 weeks studying (this was at a library).
I have to wear comfy clothes when I'm studying.

Adding some grown-up details to a standard college outfit helps me feel more put-together.
I usually just add cute earrings, a watch, and a pretty bag, but it was really cold this weekend! So I got to throw on a scarf too.

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I posted ONE outfit in the entire month of February. That's how much I've been studying.
Thankfully, spring break is right around the corner. I'm excited to catch up on fun blogging stuff next week. :)

Hope you liked this quick post!

Hoodie: Victoria's Secret Pink
Top: LOFT
Scarf: Francesca's Collections (similar)
Earrings: Nordstrom bp
Watch: Fossil
Jeans: Urban Outfitters (Les Folles de Joie high-rise) 
Bag: Lady Lux Boutique
Wedges: Nordstrom Rack