Topshop sleeveless shirt and jeans, H&M wedges, portfolio clutch from HK (thanks to my sister!), bow tie Portobello Market, H&M sunglasses
HEY! I've had quite a lot of time off school recently, so I've had more of a chance to take outfit photos (yay!) When I was about to take some photos, it started to rain outside (crappy, unpredictable English weather -_-) so I had to make do with the most plain wall in my house that I could find with remotely good lighting...only temporary!
Onto the outfit...I got these jeans a while ago, and you can't really see in the photos, but in the more distressed parts of the jeans, there is a floral patchwork kinda design, which is soooo cute. I love the shape of them too, quite different to what I usually wear when it comes to jeans (I'm more of a tight skinny jeans kinda gal) but I love them. And I know my shirt is all wrinkled and un-ironed, to be honest I couldn't really be bothered too, but now that I see the whole outfit, I quite like the worn in look of it.
And THESE WEDGES. So, I'll tell you a little, very uninteresting story but I'm gonna bore you anyway. So basically, I went out shopping with my mum a few weeks ago in search of some shoes to wear to a wedding in July (which I'm so excited for, I'm definitely bringing my camera and I will do a post on it after) and I saw these wedges for a mere £20 in H&M. And considering if I saw these wedges in any other high street shop, they'd probably be a LOT more expensive, which is what I love about H&M. But unfortunately, they weren't in my size *unhappy face* However, a few weeks later, I went back with my sister when she'd returned from her holiday in Hong Kong and I managed to find them in my size! I cannot explain how happy I was to find them, they go with my dress perfectly and are really comfortable. And my sister being the awesome, generous, kind person she is, she bought them for me too *happy face*. See, my story ended on a good note. Not so boring after all eh? Well, kinda but anyway...
On a completely different note, listen to The Strokes album, Is This It please, it'll do you good, I promise. It's been repeating on my itunes for a few weeks, and provides a perfect accompaniment to revision. I probably should be sick of it now, but seriously, with an album as good as this, it's hard to stop listening to it on loop.
I'm off now, so until next time my friends...