Love What You Own

Post by our content marketing intern, Kylie McCalmont, a sophomore at the University of Missouri.

Sometimes less is best. With shelves of shoes and closets packed to the brim, I sometimes ask myself if I even wear a fifth of what bulges outside of my closet on a daily basis. Maybe if I condensed what I have to what I wear, I could truly focus on loving what I have – and maybe save myself a few trips during my next move. This idea prompted me to explore some of what other people love, and figure out why the articles have so much meaning. So I asked a few girlfriends to help me out.

Whether it’s because of a memory or it was just a fun purchase, these women from the University of Missouri share their favorite purchases and why they’re so special to them.

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Aubri Kaiser, Megan Mckeough, Isabel Charter and Madi Mckeough proudly pose with their favorite articles of clothing. (Left to Right)

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Aubri Kaiser clutches her uncle’s hand-me-down green flannel that she pairs with her favorite t-shirts and stretchy leggings.

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Megan Mckeough flaunts her cozy H-Town tee that lets her proudly represent her hometown all the way in Missouri.

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Isabel Charter flaunts her fuzzy sweatshirt that matches perfectly with some tattered jeans or soft sleeping shorts.

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Madi Mckeough shows off her trendy cactus skirt that she purchased from a cute boutique in Houston to pair with a snuggly sweater or a summer tank.

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