Mikey and I had a computers test today that we completely forgot about, so we didn't study a drop. Now we're just waiting for the scores to see who got the better grade. This whole having a class together this semester has really shown me his competitive side. It's funny though.
Since we got out of class early after completing the tests, we of course decided to do outfit pictures. We've been getting so good at taking advantage of doing them on campus, since it makes for beautiful backdrops.
One of my other favorite parts of the campus is the back entrance side, where you drive under a stone arch bridge and the whole area, again, is surrounded by pretty trees.
I hate my face and pose in this picture (I told you, I'm so awkward with taking pictures of just me, even with Mikey as the photog), but I wanted to stand in the middle of the street that I dreamily drive down every time I come through this back way.
Absolutely comfy oxford pumps, from Naturalizer (2010 collection)
There is something so dreamy about stone arch bridges, to me. I find them classic and lovely, and want to stand under one and plant kisses on Mikey while we slow dance...just like in the movies.
Between the charming light posts and dreamy stone arch bridge, it's no wonder why I'm madly in love with the aesthetics of this school -- it's like a magical wonderland to me! Here's an interesting fact: the man who co-designed Central Park (Frederick Law Olmsted) also designed my school!
I love this picture and how it kinda captures my fascination with the bridge. Good job, Mikey! :)
My most lovable & cozy cardigan, from Anthropologie (2010 collection)
Blue velvet bow from American Apparel <3
Mikey makes fun of the faces I make that ruin pictures. Like this one on the left...I look constipated or something.
He held his arm out and took a picture. He was pleased, so I competitively took the camera and reached my arm out to give it a shot. Mine are usually off-centered, so I think I did a good job...if you don't count the fact that I chopped his hair off.
Here's a picture of my little mani that I did yesterday. I got the idea to add fun little polka dots from my friend Khalilah, who is always doing her own cute manis.
I hope y'all enjoyed the view of another part of my campus at Fairleigh, and didn't mind all the pictures. We just take so many and I find things that I like, and want to share, in each picture (most of the time).