Plaid Spring Style
This past Easter weekend was very busy yet still relaxing. I can't tell you how great it is to have 4 days off of school. It really pains me to have to go back to school especially with final exams coming up. Those 2 weeks of exam prep followed by 2 weeks of actual exams are such a toxic time for me. Not only do I feel constantly drained, but I am so emotionally worn out during those weeks, that by the end, all I want to do is sleep for 2 days. The good news is that May 1st is officially summer break! I honestly plan to take the first week of May and do nothing. Absolutely nothing.
Plaid Spring Style
Okay, so maybe it is not a spring look, but hear me out; it is not yet spring in Montreal. We are having this bi-polar weather and it's driving me insane. One day it's sunny and 12 degrees, the next day it's -6 degrees and snowing uncontrollably. All this to say that I can't put away my winter wardrobe, but I need access to my summer wardrobe. To save space, every 2 seasons I always switch-out my sweaters and coats for summer dresses and light clothing. Now I have my winter wardrobe still hung-up, and boxes everywhere on my floor with my summer stuff. I honestly think mother nature decided to skip spring altogether for Montreal and sometime in June, summer will magically appear.
I wore a uniform for 5 years in highschool. It was a whole getup that drove me nuts for 5 whole years. It was everything; blazer, kilt, knee-high socks, button up shirt, vest, tie and dress shoes. Never in my life did I think I would wear plaid after graduating, or even hunter green for that matter. Yet, I actually love hunter green these days and I have like 9 plaid button-ups and 3 plaid skirts. I also love wearing skirts because they are most flattering on my body type.
Taking An Outfit From Day-to-Night
It happens more often than not that I have to go straight from school to something else. It's the oldest trick in the book, but throw on a pair of heels and a touch of lipstick and you're ready to go (I believe there is even a quote regarding what I just mentioned). I personally veer more often towards reds and deep-reds rather than pinks and other colors. I think it's because the blond hair looks best with reds, and pink looks a little too Barbie-esque. I always keep one of my red lipsticks on me in case I need to elevate any look in a moment's time.
So basically, throw-on a pair of heels, a nice red lip, and out the door you go.
That is my little update! I am excited to be DONE with school (5 weeks and counting).
If any of you have other tips or tricks to taking an outfit from day to night, leave them in the comments below!!
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