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College Fashion - Tips, trends and style for students. Class to Night Out: Shirtdress Shirtdresses from ASOS: 1, 2, 3 Do you struggle with transforming your outfits from day to night? Don’t worry, CF is here to help turn that daily annoyance into a fun challenge. Class to Night Out focuses on one piece per week, and aims to help you take your look from study sessions in the library to dancing the night away. College Fashion - Tips, trends and style for students.
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Outblush | The Shopping Blog For Women Does This Make Us Look Cheap? January 17, 2014 January 14 was Dress Up Your Pet Day. Yes, we're a little late on that, but we thought we'd spare your iguana the humiliation of wearing a sweater. Outblush | The Shopping Blog For Women
Honestly WTF Are you ready for cuteness overload? Meet Zoey and Jasper. I am so inspired by animal photographer Grace Chon, who has documented the budding friendship between her 10 month old baby boy and their rescue pup. I only hope that my rescued buddy Gordos will be around to play dress up with my future baby one day! One of the two pairs of shoes I practically lived in, before, throughout and after my pregnancy, was FRĒDA SALVADOR‘s black, patent leather d’Orsay loafers. The other pair was an identical pair but in brown. Honestly WTF
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Here in southern Missouri, where we live, spring is tormenting us. One day it's nice and warm; you could totally wear sandals and no jacket at all (which excites me as I LOVE sandals). The next day it's cold, and I find myself pulling my coat back out of the closet. A Beautiful Mess A Beautiful Mess
Miss Moss Miss Moss Custos Naturae is the slogan of the Kruger National Park, it means Guardian of Nature. i have been very familiar with it since i was a kid, as we were lucky enough to visit the park in my childhood days. we’ve just returned from our recent trip, and i took too many photos as per usual. i decided not to spend hours editing every single last one – so here are a selection of my favourites, highlighting some of the best things we saw. every trip is different, last year we saw hyena (and were lucky enough to see a leopard!) this time round we saw neither, but we did see a LOT of rhino – 16 to be exact – up close and personal, which was such a privilege considering the dire rhino poaching situation in the park and across Africa. we also spent a fair bit of one morning in the company of some beautiful male lions, who were so close to our car it made me nervous. when a lion looks straight into your eyes… you can actually feel yourself moving a few notches down the food chain.