Farming For Good- Keeping It Casual

Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse.
This is my homegirl Emma, she takes all of my pictures and totally rocks it! If you are looking for a photographer definitely check her out, she is a pro and I can’t wait to see her when I return from college!

Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse. Farming For Good- Week 3. Modeling a Farm t-shirt from Rendleman Orchards with jeans and converse.

“Farming For Good” Tee shirts can be purchased at Rendleman Orchards and were printed by Merchop of Carbondale | Delicious Peach Smoothie: Rendleman Orchards| Necklace: Philanthropy Cape 

Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great start to your week! Last time I did a “Farming For Good” post I was still living at home… So much has changed this past week, it’s crazy! I am thinking about doing a “college experience” post so if you are interested in reading about my life here at LU, definitely let me know in the comments below! To make a long story short, it was definitely hard at first, right now only cheerleaders, dancers, and football players are living on campus so it’s like a ghost town everywhere but the gym and the dining hall, haha! I am without a roommate until later this week and am the only person on my floor, so it was a little lonely at first but I’m getting used to it now! We have had practice everyday since move in so I haven’t had too much time to explore or do anything outside of practice but hopefully the next few weeks I will get to take advantage of the St. Louis shopping and other things to do. It’s so weird that here, it’s the same distance to go to the Hollywood Amphitheater as it was Wal-Mart at home, or at home it took me 25 minutes to get to a mall and here there’s at least 4 HUGE malls in a 25 mile radius! Before it was so hard to find something to do and here I feel like I will never get bored. Now that I’ve been here for a few days I have made several friends on the team, and am not as homesick I’m really starting to like it here!

Now to talk about my outfit! TBH this is an outfit that I would seriously wear all the time! I am definitely a jeans and t-shirt enthusiast (read about this tee here) so this is an outfit you would definitely catch me wearing to run errands or for school or something casual. These jeans are a favorite of mine that you will be seeing a lot this fall. I love a good skinny jean, but lately I have been looking for something that I can comfortably squat down in and don’t have to do a dance to get on (admit it, we all have the skinny jean shuffle). These straight leg Banana Republic jeans are a perfect replacement. They are still a more fitted jean, but they have a little bit more room to move around in. If you are also looking for a little more wiggle room but a fitted jean, I would recommend venturing over to the “straight leg” section because they are an awesome alternative ( I’ve linked several pairs below if you are interested in ordering). I threw on a few necklaces to go with it and my Converse to keep it casual! I think I’ve mentioned several times that I pretty much hate to do my hair, so usually I just throw it in a messy bun like this and hardly any makeup!

If you missed the first Farming For Good post, or the second Farming For Good post you can see them here!

Xoxo, Sam

**Photography: Emma Staley, like her Facebook page EGS Photography

 

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