Last Sunday was my birthday so my friends and I headed up to Florence to celebrate. One of my high school english teachers recommended the city to me, and I'm so glad I was able to go. Florence is stunning and has the small village feel of many Italian towns, but also has a bit of busy city life that reminded me of Paris and New York. The city is infused with so much art and fashion and I absolutely loved it.
I picked this dress up at TopShop during my day trip to London. I love the mod shape and the front being suede gives a nice 70's vibe to it as well. The light pink is also a great addition to my wardrobe. This dress will be making many appearances as the weather warms up.
Happy Birthday to all my fellow March babies,
Dressed in: Topshop dress, G.W. Bass shoes
|Made a naughty purchase at the Gucci Museum - treat yo self|
|David is bae|
|Founds some good old American food|
P.S. Starting and being in your 20's can seem daunting so if I had to give any advice it would be to stop freaking out. One thing I've learned in the past few years is that no one just turns a certain age and becomes whatever people believe seems like an adult. I've seen fend off any sense of adulthood and completely deny being one and I think that puts you in such a stagnant position. I've found that it's more important to work through the problems by learning from any resources you have rather than get hung up on what you think you should know by now. The only way to get more comfortable with adulthood (or any goal really) is to actively work towards improvement. Why sit around and perpetuate these unrealistic ideals at such a young age when you could be working towards being more comfortable with your new responsibilities. It's not always an easy thing, but rather to make a mistake an learn than hang on to something you need to move on from.