denim jacket, vintage
Guns N Roses t-shirt, H&M
red satchel, Romwe
burgundy beanie, Topshop
black tights, Primark
tan strap watch, New Look
patent chelsea boots, my Mum's
Other than burgundy and dark green, primary colours are my favourite for the fall. This Topshop dress remains one of my most treasured things in my wardrobe and I've styled it as a skirt by adding a rock t-shirt over the top. It won't be long before its too chilly to wear my denim jacket alone, so I may have to hide it away until springtime. However, I normally stick to a grey/black colour palette in the winter months so this outfit is a refreshing change. I never want the autumn scenery to go away - it provides the perfect backdrop for my outfit posts!
I've had a busy week - hence not posting as often as I may have liked. As well as struggling with the dark evenings for taking photos, suddenly all my uni work is catching up on me and it has just felt like I've had a lot going on. My top floor London flat allowed me to see fireworks from all over the city on Monday; I went to see Taylor Swift turn on the Christmas lights on Tuesday; had a tour of the WGSN HQ on Wednesday and I've been working the rest of the week. I was lucky enough to get a glimpse of the Kardashians at their launch party on Thursday but failed to see them at Westfield on Saturday after queuing for 4 hours - gutted! On the bright side, I've booked my place on a trip to Barcelona in February with my course at London College of Fashion and that is certainly something I'm looking forward to!
You may have noticed my gorgeous gold cross bracelet and blue chips necklace from the lovely girls at Delilah Dust! I'd highly recommend checking out the website for a handmade range of delicate and unique jewellery at a great price. You can also 'like' Delilah Dust on Facebook here!
I've been thinking about broadening the content on my blog lately and I'm thinking of doing a post about my room - if that is something you guys would be interested in? Give me some ideas!