I had mentioned earlier that this past weekend was the (amazing) Identities Show at Harvard. The entirely student-run show was divided into three segments, "What Makes a Lady", "An Education", and "Double-Take". All of the looks were lovely, but for me, the second segment stole the show. The tall, dark, and handsome students strolling down the runway may or may not have contributed to this consensus on my part. See for yourself--
Some of my friends from high school visited this past weekend, and I made it a point to eat at restaurants in Harvard Square I hadn't been to with them. We stumbled upon Leo's Place on Saturday morning after realizing we were craving diner food. It was small and severely under-staffed, and the food was mediocre. What I did enjoy, though, was the feeling the vintage feeling and the moral satisfaction that I was contributing to the local Mom and Pop's rather than heading to the Qdoba in front of my dorm. Admirable, right?
Visited Identities 2012- Harvard's Fashion Show this past Friday after my dance show. It was phenomenal, and I want to give so much love and congratulations to my friends who directed, produced, and styled the show. Inspired by Margaret Zhang's look above, I paired a white maxi dress with a long blazer to wear to the show. Pictures of the great night to come, but until then, happy monday!