Due to prepping for my first ever TEDx talk (link will be up for sure when they have the video of my talk ready), as well as getting a 1-minute clip on religion and feminism done for BBC’s #100Women Conference that was live streamed today (I missed it though, and I can’t seem to find a recording of the whole thing :/), as well as trying to keep my head above water in school I’ve been quite inactive on my blog. Since I do keep up with my Instagram, I have several outfit posts coming up the following days.
In any case, I hope all you lovely people have had an excellent Eid celebration and perhaps even some days off 🙂 My eid was fun but very short; after catching the early prayers and having a long brunch at a Turkish fusion place – kofta for breakfast, nom – we all had to head home for naps before resuming school work. Ah, grad life. What made it so special though was all the new, beautiful individuals I got to spend it with, some of whom I met that day, some of whom I met the evening before, and the rest of whom I met at the beginning of the semester. Until the previous day, I was really not feeling another Eid stuck here in Ann Arbor, but the girls made the day very special.
Chain print multicolored scarf: Urban Outfitters, faux fur: H&M, blazer: H&M, pleated neon orange maxi dress: Pitaya, multicolored fringe and tribal print bag: TJ Maxx, sandals: Forever21.