After a failed attempt at going to a San Diego Fashion event at the W hotel. My friend and I decided to run around town instead. I think I know why bloggers call it OOTD instead of the less popular … Continue reading
Look up sorority on Tumblr and you will have miles and miles of posts, crafts on crafts on crafts, meeting attire and fashion, the sorority pose pictures and group smiling shots are endless. Today, is Delta Zeta’s founders day. Our sorority was founded 110 years ago! It’s amazing how the legacy of six women can extend so far into other women’s lives.
To celebrate Delta Zeta’s founders day I decided to wear meeting attire and dress professionally for to wear my badge on campus.
My outfit of the day is this full orange and cream polka dot skirt from Forever 21, on sale for $7.99. My top is from Charlotte Russe, you have probably see it before as I wore it all the time over the summer and while I was in Singapore. The black blazer is a staple from Nordstrom Rack at $20 for a DKNY blazer, I couldn’t resist. The flats are from Mitju, which I got about a year ago in Singapore. Finally, my black belt is from Banana Republic.
Happy Founders Day Delta Zeta, Cheers to 110 years of enrichment.
Coming from Seattle, I always have felt like a little bit of an outsider here. Cold weather, clouds, concrete, grey sand, green oceans, and the only skin you see is during the summer when people are at the beach; Seattle could not be any more different from San Diego. I kind of like not having a permanent residence anywhere, when San Diegans ask me where I am from, I am always proud to say that I am from Seattle. Yet when I am in Seattle, I get gratification out of telling people I live in San Diego. Regardless of where I am now or where I have come from, my two years here have taught me a few things about fashion at SDSU.
5 things I have learned about Fashion at SDSU:
1. If there are clouds, you wear boots and a peacoat like it is winter. This morning I woke up and there were clouds and a hint of drizzle. Even though it was warm, and it is still warm; women on campus are bundled up in knee-high boots, black pea coats and oversized sweaters. I get that it is good to be prepared for the weather, and based on the sky there is a good sign that rain is a possibility, but in San Diego the clouds can still mean hot muggy weather. But I guess if you are from San Diego hot+muggy+cloudy=winter attire.