I think that out of all the printed items that I own this is probably my favourite at the moment. It’s from a New Look dress that I got a few months back for my Nan’s retirement party and I think that it was about £25.
I always think that it’s such a shame that I don’t wear this very often, but it’s hand wash only and I tend to save up things so that I can do it all in one go, so it might take a month or two before I even wash it. The only other problem that I have with this dress is that it’s a little longer in the body than I would like – I’m really short in the body for my height – but I guess that that’s something that I’m going to have to live with.
I haven’t done one of these posts in quite a while really and I don’t really know why. They provide the perfect excuse for spending hours on the internet window shopping, when my Mum asks why I’ve spent hours doing ‘nothing’, I can reply ‘I’m researching’. I don’t think she really believes me though.
I wish I could afford all of this, but unfortunately like normal I’m your everyday broke student. I think if I could buy just one thing, I’d pick the Topshop shoes. Already owning a pair of their wedges and knowing just how comfy they are, I would happily kill for them.
Okay so I might possibly be lying when I say that I’m wearing this today, it would be more truthful if I named the post ‘Sometime Last Week I Was Wearing…’. Today what I’m actually wearing goes more along the lines of jammies, ski socks and a dressing gown while I’m all snuggled up in bed ill, which is not a particularly attractive look.
Anyhoo, these pictures were taken at ridiculous o’clock in the morning at Needham Lakes and unlike today’s typical rainy English weather, it was actually quite nice, a little bit chilly but, on the whole quite nice.
The dress isn’t something that I’d normally go for, but one of my friends was having a massive wardrobe clearout and I got several bags of clothes this dress was one of them. I thought that is it so cute that I had it give it a go and I have to say I quite like it.
After seeing several little kids walk over these last time I went, I decided that I’d give it a go. If a six year old can run across the top, at eighteen so can I. Or not. I couldn’t even get to where I was without holding on to Kathryn between the second and first ones. Maybe this is something that in future I should be leaving to the little kids
This I was a little more successful at, at least in my head I think I was, in reality I think it might have been slighlty different, but hey I was having fun and I’m pretty sure that everybody in Needham Market was quite happy it have me play nursery rhymes on it at eight o’clock in the morning.