The most asked question throughout graduation was, "Are you ready for this?" In response, all I could say was, "Um, no, not really." But, here's my question, what did everyone mean by "this"? Did they mean, "Are you ready to walk onto the stage, shake hands with two people, grab your empty diploma cover, and wave to your parents amongst thousands of people?" I mean, sure, I'm ready for that, if that means not tripping in my heels. Or did they mean something on a deeper level like, "Are you ready to experience this final moment being amongst every single graduate in your class, and to say goodbye to life as we all knew it?" Whatever each person had meant when they asked that question, all I could blurt out was "um, no, not really", but the truth is, when I sit down and think about it, I believe that I am as ready as I could ever be. There is no doubt that I am nervous and somewhat scared of this next phase of life that we call adulthood, but those feelings do not measure up to my readiness for what's to come.
As for this outfit post, here's a pretty, floral spring/summer dress that I wore to one of the twenty graduation parties that I had to attend. It's bright, it has button embellishments, it came all the way from London, and the fabric is fantastic quality--what's not to love? And because it's rich in color, pattern, and texture, all I had to add to complete the outfit were simple accessories. Be sure to visit Alice's Pig for more styles like this one, Tiffy's Tokyo Dress . :)
xo, the girl who's actually ready
Tiffy's Tokyo Dress c/o Alice's Pig