In Jag Lever, Outfits, Photography

Museum of Natural History.

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Had some fun today at the Museum of Natural History! Even though it was a little rushed I still got to see a lot of the animals and space rocks. Jonathan is my new friend that is also pictured. He’s a friend of Aaron’s from Denver. He’s super cool and he cooks really, really good food (especially breakfast!). He leaves tomorrow and I’ll be sad to not have him around to hang with anymore. Also, he’s an artist and his work is AMAZING so you should definitely check out his WordPress by clicking here!

My apartment has seen a lot of house guests and I always get pretty attached and used to having people around. But it’s nice to mix it up with different people and sometimes it is nice to have the apartment empty. Right now I really need to clean and go through my clothes…

In this look I wanted to be layered and casual. I was skeptical about having the plaid button up with my plaid Unif platforms but honestly I think all of the patterns are really working! I definitely recommend playing with patterns and layers this fall.

I hope you enjoy this fairly lengthy photo set! I loved the dioramas of the animals. It’s so crazy to be able to see how big some animals really are because you can stand literally right in front of them. Really gives an idea of the size.





Unif platforms c/o MissKL, plaid shirt c/o Sheinside, houndstooth sweater c/o Sheinside.


Photographs of myself by Jonathan Wiley

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Jag Lever

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  1. Epp
    10 years ago

    These patterns definitely work very very well together, who would have thought ๐Ÿ™‚



    10 years ago

    Love it!


  3. Robin Brook
    10 years ago

    3 types of plaid in one post, it’s so Clueless I love it!

  4. laviniah
    10 years ago

    What a unique combination, plaid and monochrome..Who knew it could work so well! I’m inspired!
    Laviniah x

  5. Designer Style Handbags
    10 years ago

    Amazing look, love the hat.

  6. Hayley
    10 years ago

    omg this outfit is amazing. The plaid flatforms + the shirt + houndstooth= perfect

    Hayley xx


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