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How to Wear Green in Summer

How to Wear Green in Summer
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Dress | Earrings (similar) | Shoes

I’ve been on a scallop everything kick lately, so when I saw this dress on Nordstrom’s site I knew I had to have it! I thought the gorgeous emerald color would be perfect for the fall, but when the dress arrived I knew I had to figure out how to wear a typically fall-associated green in summer.

3 Amazon Fashion Brands You Probably Didn’t Know About

3 Amazon Fashion Brands You Probably Didn’t Know About
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Blouse | Pants (similar) | Shoes | Necklace (old) | Watch

Over the past few years, I’ve become an avid Amazon shopper. I love Prime 2-day shipping, so whenever I need to buy anything–from textbooks to shoes–I check Amazon first. Recently while shopping Amazon’s women’s fashion home page I discovered that there are several Amazon fashion brands I didn’t know about. Today I’m giving an overview of each brand and links to my favorite styles!

Med School Monday 7.17.17

Med School Monday 7.17.17
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Outfit Details:

Shirt (similar) | Skirt | Sandals (similar)| Necklace (similar)

Med School Monday is back! I’ve been an MS3 for two weeks! Here’s what I’ve been up to:

Med School Monday 8.8.16

Med School Monday 8.8.16

Med School Monday 7.25.16

Med School Monday 7.25.16

Well, I’ve been back to school for a week and it’s already hectic! The first course this semester is Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, and we have a test. every. single. Monday. I experienced burn out for the first time at the end of last semester, so I visited the school counselor before classes started last week to figure out to avoid burn out because this year is going to be tough. She suggested some study tips to help me study more efficiently so I have more time to relax. Adjusting to a new study schedule has been nerve-wracking because I won’t know if it’s working until I take my test today (wish me luck!).

Last week we learned all about how bacteria grow, activate our immune system, and how antibiotics work to fight infection over the course of 20 lectures, which is probably the most we have ever learned in one week. For the next two weeks we are going to be learning about specific bacteria and how they cause disease. Fortunately the first week had the most lectures, so I’m hoping that the next 6 weeks are at least a little bit less stressful. I also hope that I start enjoying this subject more, because right now learning about the microbes that are EVERYWHERE is making me feel icky.

Outfit Details:
Dress (Old Navy),
Necklace (old, similar),
Shoes (Jack Rogers),
Watch (Olivia Burton)

I wore this outfit on the first day of school, and I have not looked as cute since. I’ve been admiring swing dresses on others for awhile, but I finally bought one during Old Navy’s Fourth of July sale. I love how it floats as I walk! I thought a swingy dress deserved a swingy tassel necklace, and I finished off the look with my Olivia Burton watch and Jack Rogers sandals because nothing says “put together” like matching accessories (at least, that’s what I tell myself when I’m rushing out the door!).

I received my watch as a Christmas gift, but it took me until last week to finally get a link taken out so I could wear it! It makes me feel like a serious med student. Olivia Burton’s watches are so beautiful! You’ll want them all:

Lexi Sebren

Hi y’all! I’m a wife, second year medical student, and puppy momma from Louisiana. Welcome to Life, Love, & Medicine, your dose of outfit and lifestyle inspiration, with my journey through medical school mixed in!

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