Sunday, July 31, 2011

Livin' in Color

So the grad. party was an all around good time. Looking back on the night, I can't help but think about how my personality has changed. In the past I was always a black and white type of person. But over the past few months (post-grad), I've encountered so many changes that it would be impossible to think so thing too, because I look ravishing in colors other than black, like coral for example ;) Anyway, back to the point I've been trying to make. At the party I ran into friends/acquaintances I haven't seen in years--and you know what? I liked them. All of them. Which makes me think...why did I pass such harsh judgements on people in the past? Why did I shut myself off from so many great people that surrounded me? I am completely different than my high school self (thank God!) and so much happier post-grad than I ever could have imaged.

By the way, I'm wearing: Maxi dress: Marshalls // Wedges: Dolce Vita for Target // Belt: Borrowed/stolen from Mom // Watch: Michael Kors

Here's to living a beautiful life! 


  1. I think I am a totally different person than I was in high school and even from my first year of college. I think it's normal to change and it's probably a good thing!

    Love your outfit and your hair looks so pretty!

  2. Yay, I'm glad you had fun! I definitely think that I've changed and that I don't judge people as harshly as I used to!

  3. I'm a lot different than I was a few years back, too. Older. Wiser. More confident. Less judgmental. Being young and stupid was lots of fun, but I don't think that I'd go back.

  4. I'm glad you were pleasantly surprised! I think a lot of people really mellow out after high school, but also become a lot more interesting as they figure themselves out! I love how facebook and social media make it easier to stay in contact with high school and college acquaintances!

  5. Love how happy that pic is! And thank goodness things/people change after high school, I don't think anyone wants to repeat their teenage self, haha.

    And loved your comment on your best friend--I think lack of judgment is the very definition of a best friend, you can say anything and know you'll still be loved anyway :D