|Earrings - Accessorize, necklace and belt- Topshop, top - Topshop via a charity shop, trousers - Mum's old trousers, shoes - M&S|
|Argh, cropping fail. Also it randomly got way sunnier, so please exuse the over-exposure|
This outfit is pretty different to how I usually dress as it is pretty smart and sophisticated: two words that I would never associate with my fashion sense usually. I can see this as a great sixth form outfit with a fitted/cropped blazer and a bright coloured sactual. Which reminds me, I really need to start considering what I'm going to wear to sixth form as I don't have any smart clothes! (Side note: can really really imagine me as a 6th former? I think not.)
I really like this embroided/weird mesh material top - I got it from a charity shop for like a pound. I do much prefer the overall look of the outfit without the brown vest, but since I could not find a nude vest, it had to do, as I really don't like wearing low cut tops
These trousers are another item of clothing in my wardrobe that are really neglected. They have a fantastic cut and are from a heavy wool material, so it feels very high quality, but I never wear them for a few reasons:
- I live in leggings and shorts.
- My legs are super short, so it's hard to find trousers that don't make me legs look even shorter.
- I hardly ever wear any trousers in a peg-leg shape or in fact trousers generally as I'm sort of self conscious of my mahoosive bottom.
- These trouser's waist band is absolutely tiny! They have a 25 inch waist and since I'm normally 26-27, it is quite a squeeze. I can only wear these trousers when I've not eaten a meal for at least 2 hours. My mum owned these trousers just before she was pregnant with me, so it really has shocked me that she was really that thin in the past.
P.S. I will improve my photography soon, but recently I have just been trying out different sizes/formats of pictues and I think I will stick to this sort of size.
P.P.S. Yay, you can finally see the flowers in my garden!