Tag Archives: flats

Election Day Outfit

Dear All, meet the outfit I wore on the American Election Day. Yes, red, blue, and white it is! It was fun and interesting to be in the U.S. during the election. I got to go with my colleague to … Continue reading

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Summer in November

Meet some of my clothes that made the final cut. My dear polka dot blouse and my black skirt. Some colorful accessories also got to join the party to add a pop of color, and of course sunglasses to blend … Continue reading

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Aging Research Part 2

Frist of all, thank you for sharing your experiences and thoughts about a shopping restriction. I will return to this topic soon, but today I am going to say something about my own research, as I have promised previously. If … Continue reading

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Red Flats

I have been to Edinburgh for almost ten days and I did not tell you. Sorry! Moreover, I did not manage to take one proper photo of any of my outfits during my stay. Sorry again, but don’t blame me, … Continue reading

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Pattern mixing light

I am so inspired by all wonderful style/fashion bloggers out there. Nice and good-looking ladies with great taste. If you are not as addicted to style blogs as I am, I can report that one big trend among fashion bloggers … Continue reading

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What to wear for teaching summer classes

I daily read at least a couple of other style/fashion blogs. For you how don’t read academic style blogs I can report that a hot topic is what to wear for teaching summer classes when it is seriously hot outside. I … Continue reading

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