|Top: Oasap | Jeans: American Eagle Outfitters | Purse: boutique in NYC | Shoes: Marshalls | Necklace: Charlotte Russe | Bracelet: American Eagle|
P.S. Ignore my squinty eyes - it was super sunny!
It's been such a beautiful week & I have been seriously loving the weather. I've been having such an amazing week! I scored a couple interviews for internships for Fall 2012 (yes, on top of my RTR internship.. I'm such an overachiever). I'll let you know all about them as soon as I figure out if I've gotten either position! I also just found out that I'll be a "Tribe Rep" at Lasell College for Fine Featherheads! It's seriously just been such a rewarding week!
I've partnered up with Oasap (such an amazing store! You have to check it out!) and I picked out this amazing floral top (CLICK HERE TO BUY)! My favorite part about this top was the design. I loved how it was girly because of the floral, but still simple-plain-white-tee all at the same time. Not to mention, it's easy to throw on and still look adorable! This top is only $25 and at Oasap right now, there is a promotion going on (until July 15th) where you can receive 25% off your order (use the code 04-07-IND-DAY) which makes the shirt come to $18.75!! How can you beat that, seriously?
I also wanted to feature my new favorite item of clothing ever in the entire world. I seriously cannot express to you how perfect American Eagle's Skinny Crop jeans are. First of all, they're incredibly stretchy: I literally feel like I'm putting on my PJ's when I throw them on). Second, they come in two perfect colors (yeah, I definitely bought them both!). And three, they're already cropped & since I'm short, it works out perfectly for me! Seventeen Magazine & American Eagle provided me with these jeans, but you can buy them here (or get them in the darker wash here) for literally only $30! I mean Helloooooooo, what more can you ask for?
To top this look off, I threw on my new American Eagle feather bracelet (which is my new favorite piece of jewelry), the bag I got in NYC a few years back, and a Charlotte Russe necklace (only ran me about $10).