Dress Free People, Sweater J. Crew, Aviators Ray Ban, Heels Miu Miu, Bracelets Ettika c/o, Gift
I wore this outfit to a brunch I went to a few weekends ago for the Lucky Fabb event and threw it on again today to get a late dinner with Thomas. This sweater is perfect for summer because the woven fabric makes it light enough to throw over anything. And of course, the neon pink is sure to brighten any outfit.
Starting my weekend off with color and sweets
Getting ready to walk!
Listening to our president speak at commencement
The sweetest note my mom wrote in a book she got me called “How to Live Like a Lady”
Cinco de Mayo/Graduation Celebration
Lots of flowers & a piñata
A beautiful gift from Thomas’s parents
My graduation weekend was absolutely incredible and filled with excitement, joy, love, family and friends. I couldn’t have asked for a better graduation! More pictures to come on what I wore :)
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Since the first time we met freshman year, we knew that we were meant to be friends forever.
Even if we didn’t see each other for months over break, when we saw each other again it was as if no time had passed.
We would entertain ourselves in any situation we were in and everything we did was always an adventure.
You know someone is your best friend when you can be silent for hours and it’s not awkward.
We have always been there for each other, through ups and downs, the best times and the bad and everything else in between.
You girls are truly the most beautiful people I know inside and out and I’m honored to not only know you, but to be your best friend.
I will miss you guys so incredibly much it hurts. Not seeing your faces everyday will be hard, but I know you will be only a phone call away.
Some may think were a bit odd or weird, but we are “us”. You girls made me who I am today and I will forever be grateful for your friendship and being a part of your life. I’m so proud of all of you and can’t wait for graduation tomorrow! Friendship isn’t about whom you have known the longest… It’s about who came, and never left your side…