Friday, February 25, 2011

Spring Trees

Of to campus for an afternoon in the library – I got my North American Conference on British Studies and my North Eastern Conference on British Studies panel proposals finished and also completed my application to be a Part Time Acting Instruction next year (I’ve designed a junior seminar on women, religion, politics, and society in early Modern England). Now if I could just make the fourth and fifth chapters of my dissertation somehow fit together to be one coherent chapter I could end February on a high note!







Cardigan: zara / shoes: converse / blouse: ann taylor / skirt: thrifted

And then it’s on to spring – and trees and moments in the shade, and not a moment too soon.

27 comments:

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

can not wait till i see leaves on the trees again!- OVER the snow!

Bonnie said...

Hello, snow!! We just got another inch or two this morning. Awesome. I certainly got my wish for lots of snow this season.
Your panel sounds fascinating. Then again, I'm a total British nerd and would love this.

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GIRL AND CLOSET said...

Gorgeous cardy, hun! I have quite a few from Zara and love them, loving the animal print on yours. Great outfit. xx v

StyleID said...

Hope you do finish Feb. Well happy and relax.
More great pictures, thanks.
Love your cardigan, of course ... its beautiful and ADORE the way you paired the whole thing with Converse. I love converse and wear them with almost everything every day.

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La Historiadora de Moda said...

*sigh* I need to write a panel proposal and abstract, but I have mountains of grading to do this weekend and it's M's birthday tomorrow....

I love the cardi!

Penny Dreadful said...

Ooh, the red tree is pretty. The most exciting thing for me is that it is light now when Ileave work, hurrah! x

Collette Osuna said...

I love the pic with all the red..so pretty!! You are one busy haute bee dollie:)

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Closet Fashionista said...

Love that cardigan!! And *sigh* I want spring...but I don't want to say goodbye to winter clothes
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Jessie said...

Love the shots of the trees... they make me want to lay out under them and read for dayssss

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Michelle said...

Love your cardigan!!
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Kristin said...

I just bought a dress from Zara in that exact print!

Miss Emma Kitty said...

These pictures are Beautiful and you look Fabulous as always. I especially LOVE the cardigan.

Tashrin said...

I will pray so that you can definitely end February on a high note.

BTW is that road with the trees curving in for real? Where is it? And that curvy branched tree in the last photo?

Look forward to hearing from you

Love

Tashrin from Toronto, Canada

jess said...

Love the leopard sweater!

Marie a la Mode said...

Cute! You look good in glasses! I love that first Spring photo, makes me want the snow to start melting NOW!

blorange dice said...

you look absolutely darling!! ooo i wish i could take those classes you're teaching; they sound so interesting!

J'Adore Fashion said...

Cute cardigan! lovely photos!

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Andreea said...

Great cardi!

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Chelsea Lane said...

love this cardigan and your adorable glasses. you make me want to be a cool teacher! :)

xoxo

laura said...

look at you being so productive. I'm so glad I'm not the only person in grad school who mixes "dressy" with converse. It makes sense. That's all I'm sayin.

The Owl's Closet said...

Courtney, you are such a busy bee! I agree with the comment above, you're so productive!:) Love, ur leopard cardi, btw! Seriously, where has the time gone?? Can't believe spring is nearly here!

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Nadine Flatt said...

those trees look so lovelyyy!

Fashion Queen said...

I love your cardigan.

Sandra Leiva said...

Looking great, dear, love your leopard jacket <3

Pearl Westwood said...

I have to say, as much as I loved studying I am so glad I will never have to write another disertaion!! Good luck getting finished. The cardi is lovely, looks very snuggly too x

Oh to Be a Muse said...

love you in prints. and the photos of the trees are really cool and vibrant!

Raji said...

These pictures are just so stunning
Love your outfit, that cardigan is so pretty!