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Since it’s a rainy/overcast day in Nashville, today’s blog post fits the mood…. But hey, I’m all about mood lighting and am thinking of finding a lava lamp for my apartment. Don’t you just love style inspired from a French film- I mean why not? Coloring inside the lines is optional anyway…

If you had asked me to describe my personal style a few months ago, I would have not used the word “edgy.” While I still embrace boho-chic and indie style with romantic details, I’m no longer afraid of being edgy. My friends and I in Nashville have adopted a “Young, Wild, and Free” life motto… And so far… That has been life-changing and shifted my perspective so much… So, if you aren’t sure if you can be edgy with your style, go out of your comfort zone… If you’re thinking of changing yourself, don’t limit what you can become.

I found this romper at Dress Up Nashville, and  I am loving their boutique for finding affordable pieces within my budget. This outfit is so comfortable for a chill day hanging out, or for a night out with a friend, and is an easy transitional piece throughout the day….

Thought of the Day

“If you think you’re not edgy, you could be surprised.”

Image: Arika Stovall

Thanks for tuning in after a short lull on the blog… Surprise, I have since relocated to Nashville for a new adventure. If you’ve been following my blog, you may have noticed I was planning the big girl move for the past year- and cheers to new adventures. It feels amazing.

Style Inspo

This goddess-ey romper is from a boutique called Dress Up in Hillsboro village. After totally not understanding the romper craze, I’ve hopped on the bandwagon. Rompers are super practical, comfortable, and just a bit flirty- why not give it a try?

Stay tuned for more posts on the blog, focusing on fashion + lifestyle, inner beauty, and self-love. xoxo – Julita

Image: Arika Stovall

Romper: Dress Up Nashville

Geode Necklace: The Impeccable Pig

Feather Earrings: Downtown Cowgirl

Heels: Chinese Laundry

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I’m looking forward to sharing this boho-chic/indie/romantic look with you, and also share a few life updates. 

Next week, I am traveling to Nashville, in order to get situated for my relocation in July. So, I’m looking forward to traveling like  a local, meeting up with a few friends, touring apartments, interviewing for jobs- and taking lots of pictures.

Dress: Altar’d State // Heels: The Mint Julep Boutique // Earrings: Francesca’s Collections

Image Credit: Amanda Ghobadi, Indie Moon Design

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Today, I’m looking forward to sharing my top looks for spring from ModCloth with you. ModCloth continues to provide the highest quality with their pieces at affordable prices. A company originally inspired by thrift shopping, ModCloth’s style is a modern, polished take on vintage fashion with a touch of romance and edge. I thought the fit and length of these dresses was both flattering and appropriate for many situations. While the Pine All Mine Mini Dress, Story of Citrus Floral Dress, Maker of Merriment A-line Dress, and  Fluttering Romance A-line Dress would be appropriate for the office, the Impress Rehearsal Lace Dress would be beautiful for a date night, and Heart and Solar A-line Dress and Start Spreading the Mews A-line Dress have such interesting patterns to bring out the edgy girl in you.

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After a productive weekend balanced with spending time with friends, planning content, and finishing up some homework, I’m feeling energized and ready to conquer the week. Over time I have learned to accept and love where you currently are in your life, and not hold your stage in comparison to someone else’s. What I continue to see is that we all have lessons to teach each other regardless of age and experience, and it is important to be open to those lessons. I am also accepting that it is not realistic to be happy all of the time, and it’s okay to be a little bit discontent and restless if you’re not exactly where you want to be. It’s okay to have a new destination on the horizon and feel excited, anxious, and hopeful about what that experience brings. Thinking the grass is greener elsewhere is never “the right frame,” but following your intuition about what’s meant for you gives you the answers you need….