University of Oregon

In honor of it being my last term at the University of Oregon (what!), I knew that I had to do a blog shoot on campus. The city of Eugene is absolutely magical during fall; the campus is even more breathtaking!

While walking from one class to another, you can see dozens of different types of trees (many of which I am embarrassed to say I can’t even name). The wind blows and carries the flying colors swirling through the air, all amongst the hustle and bustle of students getting to class. The beautiful campus was one of the reasons I chose to come here, and, boy, I’m glad I did! Being a girl who loves to do anything outside, I am constantly mesmerized by the nature and ecosystems on campus. Who knew U of O campus ecosystems was actually a thing? I discovered this sweet PDF that the university produced detailing a campus atlas of trees.

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I was cozy and comfy in this long flannel I snagged this weekend at Forever 21 for 20 bucks (yes!). I love wearing extra-long tops with leggings during the fall and winter because they cover my bum, and I’m so comfortable. I could do the splits in this outfit, if I could actually do the splits. Also, I bought this versatile sweater last year from Victoria’s Secret and have never regretted my purchase. It can be worn so many different ways and is the comfiest sweater I own. If you can’t already tell from this post, being comfortable is a must for me.

Thanks for reading, and remember to enjoy nature’s beauty around you today!

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