1.08.2016

BACK TO BASICS // BLACK TEE ONE


erry late Christmas, should be the title for today's post! This photo shoot was inspired by the holiday joy especially with the cranberry reds. You know how much I love my dark tones, so I let my red scarf do all the talking. When I did this photo shoot when I visited my grandma and therefore forgot to pack the original black tee, you'll see in the upcoming posts, and I only packed this long sleeve black top. But I so desperately wanted to shoot here in this spot in particular because it's nothing like I've seen where I live!

So excited to share an upcoming mini series of a project that's been in the works for a long time now! I'm titling the series "Back to Basics" because closet staple pieces are so important, yet can become extremely boring! To kick things off I'm beginning with three ways to wear a black tee. Black is my favorite color to wear, and accessorize with so therefore it's my number one staple. I have found myself become irritated and bored of my closet, never excited to wear an outfit that expresses my girly style. My goal through this mini series is to find contentment in my wardrobe. Selecting those staple items and creating outfits that I enjoy wearing and making each one unique in it's own way!

I hoping to also post on some other staple basics like jeans, high heels, or a floppy hat, however I am not going to make any promises because my ideas tend to never make it via photographs! Thankfully, my sister has been so kind and has become my personal photographer, so these next three outfits are set and ready to post. If you have any suggestions please let me know, I'd love to hear your closet basic essentials for your personal style. Nevertheless, let's jump in with the black tee.




I am happy to say that I am done with my first semester of college, and it's such a relief. My biggest fear in the beginning was can I handle what's expected of me? Will I succeed? Well, I did all that worrying for nothing! I feel so comfortable and happy at college and I'm so excited to see what next semester brings. The feeling of stepping out of my comfort zone is more rewarding and fulfilling than I ever expected and for that I am truly thankful!

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