One Yellow Sweater, Three Ways

Admittedly, when I go home to Toronto, I don’t pack that well. Inevitably, I’m always either over-packed or under-packed. I’m under-packed, because I usually don’t bring the correct layers–jackets, sweaters, etc. And sometimes I’m over-packed, because I always end up wearing the same thing anyway. Take this yellow J.Crew Tippi Sweater for example:


I wasn’t even going to bring it with me but at the last minute before leaving the apartment, I slipped it over my head because my dad likes to blast the A/C in the car and I needed something to keep me warm despite the blazing heat outdoors.

Even though I don’t *really* need to,  I am thrilled to be able to wear this layer anyway. Toronto does get heat and humidity during the summer, but it is nowhere near what it is in DC. The fact that being able to wear this layer as an option makes me so happy.

The first two outfits aren’t dramatically different, but when you’re living out of a suitcase, you have to make do with what you have. I know the color of the photos are a bit washed out, but I made a new spot in the house to take some photos and the lighting is a bit weird and I didn’t put too much effort into trying to fix them via post-processing.

Fam jam:

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Jacob Sleeveless Bow Blouse (without the bow) /  J.Crew Cafe Capri in Pop Art Polka Dot / LAUREN by Ralph Lauren Amelie Pump / Botkier Charlotte Clutch / Michael Kors Runway watch 

Dinner with the BFF for his birthday:
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 Forever21  Necklace / Rich & Skinny Wax-coated Legacy Jeans / Forever21 and Material Girl

Running errands:

Express Racerback tank /Le Chateau Ring /  H&M Leather belt / Converse Chuck Taylor All-star Ox /  Abercrombie & Fitch Cut-off Denim shorts

You might not be able to tell because of the flash, but the sweater is a bit sheer so you can see the stripes of the tank through it which I thought was fun.

If you’re wondering what the heck is going on with my hair lately, it’s the result of two things: One, I need a haircut and I feel like I need a change, but I’m not quite sure what I should do with it. And two, right now I’m obsessed with Gwen and No Doubt’s new song “Settle Down”. This hair is inspired by Gwen and I’ve been sporting it pretty much every day for the last two and a half weeks.

Any suggestions on what I should do with my hair? I have a few requirements: not too short (preferably around shoulder length), easy to style, and grows out well.