I'd love to be able to tell you stories of all the fabulous things I've been doing since I've been away but quite frankly, there's not much to tell (however, if you wish to know more about my day to day routines, feel free to follow me on twitter), so instead I'm going to show you what I have been buying and wearing.
Since I last posted, I changed my hair, got new glasses (which I have only worn once) and added to my wardrobe and shoe collection considerably. Aside from these predominantly materialistic and shallow changes, a few major changes/hiccups have taken over the past month of my life but as they are not remotely fashion related, they are boring & don't deserve a spot on here.
First things first, I would like to introduce you to the new loves of my life. My sexy day wedges...
I found these beauties a couple of weeks ago in the River Island sale, they were £20 down from £50 & I have been wearing them almost non-stop.
Whilst we are on the subject of shoes, I'll show you my other new additions to the family.
F+F @ Tesco- £2.50. I love the Chanel style Camellia on these. They look better on but my tan was too patchy for that amount of foot exposure, so I'll show you another day.
I bought the dress for my friend Ali's birthday night out, I just wanted something simple and that I could wear again. Here's a few pictures from the night:
I drank out of that yellow bucket all night!
What I Wore
Turban & shoes- Matalan, Top- Oxfam, Trousers- New Look.
Hat- H&M Kids, T-shirt: Urban Outfitters, Capri pants- New Look, slippers- Topshop.
Kimono- Next sale (£14!), Maxi skirt- Jane Norman, wedges- Topshop.
These are my new glasses, they are FCUK & from specsavers. There's not really much more to say about them other than that they make me less blind but make me feel incredibly self conscious.
This is my new bag and I can't even explain how much I love it. Looking at it makes me feel warm inside. It reminds me of something I've lusted over in Elle magazine that has a price tag that's made me want to chose a career that my parents wouldn't be proud of, but this was actually only £19.99, which I think is really good.
Last but not least, here's a few pictures my sister took of me in the garden yesterday modelling some of my new bargains.
That's all from me for now, because 1. I've probably bored you to death as it is and 2. it's 22.09pm and time for me to go to bed (working Sundays takes its toll).
I'll try not to be gone quite as long this time but if I am, sorry in advance.
Also, if you read all this, you're cool & I like you.
Over & out! XXXXX