Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Pensive-pants



I don't think it's in me to write a lot today, sadly. For some reason I am super exhausted today, as well as melancholic. I still forced myself to do outfit photos, although I feel like this is just a remix of every single outfit I've worn for the past month. Sigh. I'm in a fashion rut.









I'm wearing: H&M skirt and sweater, necklace from Mom, Target earrings.


I have found a total of four universities in London at which to apply for grad school. I'm extremely excited about it, although sometimes excitement and stress go hand in hand for me.


19 comments:

Heather said...

I think this outfit is amazing miss Meg! Remixed or not, your style is perfect. I'm in a style rut too, but I see things turning around for us, friend!

Oh and I asked Jeff permission to visit you if you go to London and he said "Yes, but I get to go to Vegas" DEAL. We shook on it and "errthang" so it's legit. So basically, stop stressing and CHILL so we can chill and bask in all that is English!

The Daily Fashionista said...

I love the way you style sweaters and skirts. It's sort of like your calling card. Good luck with all the grad school applications!! And don't try to stress yourself too much:)

Victoria / Justice Pirate said...

you don't look like you're in a fashion rut to me at all. You look wonderful in everything you wear and I always go "Ooo!! and Ahh!" so there!

Amber Rose, Laughing With Broken Eyes said...

I've been in a fashion rut as well.. school and stress don't help.

Just take a day to watch Dr. Who and zonk out. That'll help. :)

Nicole, Coco Maria said...

I think this outfit is just lovely. I mean, your top has ELBOW PADS, so it has to be awesome.
Good luck with applying to those grad schools! Everything will be fine :)

.Alyspank said...

No worries about your rut! Hopefully after we all get started our fashion sense will be revamped! Either way... I <3 the burnt orange and chambray skirt together. Plus the elbow patches are a way cute detail that I don't see enough of. And you know I love your monocle... er.... magnifying gl-monocle. :)

Alyssa

Stacey Kay said...

Good luck with grad school! London is amazingggg <3

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Stacey Kay
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Rai said...

Adorable! You look like a cuter version of a 1950s professor <3 and you might be moving to the UK? o:

Estefany @ The Helmet Head said...

Gosh, i love these two colors together!!
You look puuuurty! London sounds like a blast! Hope everything works out for you =)

Becca said...

melancholic is such a great word. thanks for the introduction!

ps. you look adorable. I love, love, love the laidback sweater look.

Jenni Wells said...

for feeling uninspired you look adorable! i love the burnt orange with the light blue.

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sparkle is a color (Katrina) said...

I love those colors together and I want that skirt.

I am so excited you are applying to grad school in the UK, so that I may live vicariously through you. Thanks for making it possible for me to continue to put off my own decisions about grad school, haha.

Between Laundry Days said...

Your fashion rut makes my fashion hump (opposite of rut?) look like ... something bad. Blerg. I think I'm in a word rut today. Anyway, you look awesome. I love this sweater!

aliboo! said...

elbow pads FTW. how can that not cheer you up?

Spence. said...

I love your jumper, the elbow patches are just adorable!
Oh I'm terrible at making descisions so stress and excitement go hand in hand for me also ;) good luck with your grad school applications!
x

Alex said...

well... I looooooove your style! so much!

EevvaStyle said...

love this sweater!

amanda lynn? said...

i almost got that same skirt! i loved it but they didnt have my size =[ i love how you styled it too. good luck with your applications and such

Amanda, The Upside of Wonder said...

I think I'm in a style rut too...mainly cause I cannot for the life of me find a sweater like this! But think of it this way, you got some pretty little items coming your way soon. Hopefully it'll get you out of your rut a bit.

Ooooh, grad school. I hope the process is going well. I actually like that you talk about it alot, it reminds me to get my butt in gear for my transfer apps! So keep doing it, pleeeease.