1. I am so pleased to see Easter white is out. I see shades of Carolina surfing colors in those shorts and I feel motivated to reach deeper for color in shorts after seeing your blog.

  2. Heey 🙂 I discovered your blog recently (as I procrastinated studying for exams, naturally) and I love your style! It’s all really fresh and interesting, but still wearable for school and stuff. I’m a junior as well, living in Armenia and I just wanted to say hi and your blog is awesome!

  3. Hi Megan! I’m a fellow Suits theme user and have been spending hours trying to figure out how to get the social media buttons like you have on your side bar on my own blog. They look great. How did you do it? 🙂 Thanks for any suggestions!

    1. Hi Lesie! So first you to like you are going to write a post. Add the photos you want to be the different social media buttons. Before you hit “add to post”, click on the photo and there will be a section where you can change the photo to have a custom URL. put the url there and then hit add to post. copy the text to the photo and then add that to a widget for your sidebar! hope that makes sense xx

      1. That is super helpful! Ok, when you say “copy the text to the photo and then add that to a widget” – what do you mean by “copy the text to the photo”?

      2. So when you write a post there are two options in the upper righthand corner, visual and text (or something along those lines). switch to text after you insert the photo and it will be a whole bunch of letters and symbols so copy that and then when you add that to a widget the photo will show up in your sidebar!

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