twinkiesandwine:

My friend Elise’s campus style. (Taken with Instagram)

So I’m not loving having to be back at school again for my last year (6 months), but one of the few good things is seeing my Seattle friends again, and campus style-spotting. And I love it even more when those things come together.
This is my friend Elise, who I thought was looking super cute (and very Seattle-college-student) in this floral dress + sweater + tights + cowboy boots outfit. She also had new dark brown hair! Love it.
Elise and I have known each other since freshman year, and this is definitely a new and surprising style change for her. Last year she was rocking a sort of “thug life” look, but I’m more fond of this one; I think it fits her personality more.

twinkiesandwine:

My friend Elise’s campus style. (Taken with Instagram)

So I’m not loving having to be back at school again for my last year (6 months), but one of the few good things is seeing my Seattle friends again, and campus style-spotting. And I love it even more when those things come together.

This is my friend Elise, who I thought was looking super cute (and very Seattle-college-student) in this floral dress + sweater + tights + cowboy boots outfit. She also had new dark brown hair! Love it.

Elise and I have known each other since freshman year, and this is definitely a new and surprising style change for her. Last year she was rocking a sort of “thug life” look, but I’m more fond of this one; I think it fits her personality more.

pretaportre:

Tamara Gonzalez Perea from Macademian Girl in “Totally into Flowers” wearing a blazer from Queen’s Wardrobe, top and skirt from Abercrombie & Fitch, bag and skull ring from Fleq, and bracelet and toque from iloko.pl.

pretaportre:

Tamara Gonzalez Perea from Macademian Girl in “Totally into Flowers” wearing a blazer from Queen’s Wardrobe, top and skirt from Abercrombie & Fitch, bag and skull ring from Fleq, and bracelet and toque from iloko.pl.

(via absenthere)

modcloth:

Check out the Reverie of Roses Dress from our very own, customer-designed Make the Cut collection!

modcloth:

Check out the Reverie of Roses Dress from our very own, customer-designed Make the Cut collection!

Pretty floral print vintage dress found at Vintage Wear Boutique in Fremont, Seattle. Prefect for Spring/Summer. Unfortunately too expensive for me.

Pretty floral print vintage dress found at Vintage Wear Boutique in Fremont, Seattle. Prefect for Spring/Summer. Unfortunately too expensive for me.

(Source: shoemanic, via anthropologie)

This is Hope, a totally rad young lady in my sociology of gender class. Ok, to be more specific, these are the feet of Hope (which actually sounds like an awesome band name).
Anyway, I love these floral print flats she was rocking today, especially with the slightly pointed toe. Perfect for yet another implausibly sunny Seattle Spring day.
Plus, we exchanged mutual snaps on each others style as we walked out of class. Oh, Friday, you are rocking so far. Please keep it up.

This is Hope, a totally rad young lady in my sociology of gender class. Ok, to be more specific, these are the feet of Hope (which actually sounds like an awesome band name).

Anyway, I love these floral print flats she was rocking today, especially with the slightly pointed toe. Perfect for yet another implausibly sunny Seattle Spring day.

Plus, we exchanged mutual snaps on each others style as we walked out of class. Oh, Friday, you are rocking so far. Please keep it up.

Last Friday night, there was an on-campus dance called the “Goodwill Ball” where the idea was to wear your best vintage/thrifted/Goodwill-sourced outfits. Unfortunately, a lot of people basically ignored this, but there were some people who showed in fabulous and fashionable thrifted fashion.

I tried to capture as many of these looks as possible, and a huge thank you to everyone who was such a good sports about getting their pictures taken, despite it being about 100 degrees inside the dance.

I saw lots of current trends in the outfits I snapped. Floral, lace (love that blue lace in the last photo), tribal patterns and some 70’s inspired patterns.

As for people’s names, a lot of them I didn’t catch or didn’t know. In the 2nd photo (and on the right in the 6th photo) is my friend Molly, who was totally Rosie the Riveter-chic; in the 8th photo is my friend Erin, who also was in 40s/50s garb (love those t-strap shoes!); in the 2nd-to-last photo is my friend Deandra.

If you see yourself or your friend in one of these pictures and want to let me know their name (and/or their Tumblr!) here; alternatively, if you’d rather not have your photo featured here, just use that same link to send me a message and I’ll take it down.

And don’t worry, I didn’t forget the boys! Their post is right here.