I just got back from one of the coolest opportunities I’ve experienced in my blogging career. Honestly, College Fashion Week is so much fun because it is a night filled with fashion, networking and so many freebies. I love attending events like this because it is a way for me to remember why I started a blog and to become re-inspired by the people and things around me. I had the opportunity to meet with my blogging friends and people I haven’t seen since last year’s show. Plus, I get the chance to meet you: my readers! I came across one of you in the bathroom and it was amazing. THANK YOU to all of you for reading Style by Liv and supporting me through all of my endeavors. I’m incredibly blessed for each and every one of you.

There were so many amazing vendors at College Fashion Week this year! I had the most fun spending time with the ACUVUE® team. I got to sit in a VIP section with the most adorable ACUVUE® brand pillows. I also had the opportunity of connecting with and chatting with their entire team. They are all so fun & supportive! They loved my post and story about why I switched to contacts and were so shocked that this was my first time trying them. Honestly, it was so cool wearing my contacts to the show because I could actually see every detail on the runway and didn’t have to compromise fashion at all!
For my look at College Fashion Week, I tried to incorporate as many of my favorite fall trends into one look as I could: millennial pink, leather and maroon. I mean, how adorable is this??

 

College Fashion Week with ACUVUE®

College Fashion Week with ACUVUE®

College Fashion Week with ACUVUE®

College Fashion Week with ACUVUE®

College Fashion Week with ACUVUE®

College Fashion Week with ACUVUE®

 

Wearing:

Diamond Button Wrap Skirt in Pleasant Plum – Loft

Faux Leather Motorcycle Jacket in Pink Macaron – Loft

Merona Women’s Lulu Wide Width High Block Heel Sandal Pumps with Ankle Straps – Target

Charming Charlie Camera Cross Body Bag

Thank you Her Campus and ACUVUE® for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own. For important safety info: http://bit.ly/2l5icaV

LYMI, Liv