Museum of Science

Most fashion bloggers will tell you its a struggle to put out new, engaging and exciting content all the time and I think part of that struggle is the reason for major gaps in my updates. I often wonder if my outfits are even good enough for a post and then scrap the idea all together. I’m trying to remember that this blog wasn’t started for that purpose. It was started to help me document my personal growth and to give easy tips and information to those who stumble upon it. And with that being said, I decided its about time I start posting my not-so exciting outfits. Things I wear everyday are equally as important, even if they might not be as “on point” as I’d like. I’d also like to take this blog and do more with it, like cover lifestyle topics and get more political with my posts. I’d really, really appreciate hearing from the readers what they’d like to see from my blog. Would you be interested in my ramblings about life and other subjects? 
Back in August, I celebrated my 26th birthday (yeesh, I’m getting old) and even though I had no intention to spend it sick and cranky, I made the most of it. Gilbert and I headed to the Museum of Science on one of the hottest days of the year and finished off our outing with a trip to 5 guys. Real exciting stuff, right? I guess this is probably the most accurate portrayal of my everyday style, though. I tend to throw on my high waisted shorts and whatever cut up top happens to be in arms length from me and head out. The only difference now is the addition of tights and the occasional scarf. I certainly wish I had the drive to keep up with my constant desire to be creative. Ah well, I’ll just stick to polyvore posts and dreaming up outfits in my head!

Top – Hunx & His Punx concert
Shorts – ASOS
Cardigan – Gifted
Shoes – Wal Mart
Bandana – Ardene

8 comments

  1. Rosemary Waugh says:

    Effortlessly cute, I love it! And that sounds like a pretty awesome birthday to me.

    I would personally love to hear more about your ramblings about life and whatever else you have to say. At the end of the day it's YOUR blog, you should do what you think is best.

    • Sarah Anne says:

      Thank you! It did end up being a pretty great day!

      I'm happy I'd still have you as a reader. I think I just want people to be aware with where I wanna take this blog and give fair warning before making the shift. You're right though, it is my little corner of the web!

  2. Michelle says:

    I always enjoying seeing "everyday" style on blogs. I think a lot of times people might see their own outfits as blah when others still see them as cute style (like here – still so cute!). Also, I love going to the Museum of Science. So many good places to take fun pictures!

    xo, Michelle
    Neon Rattail

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