Wednesday, September 10, 2014

meandering back


Mmmmmmm I'm finally back after summer. I had a measly 6 weeks, the first 3 of which I moped around (and did some overtime at work in) before I went to Italy for a week followed by Reading festival the day after we landed back in the UK. I was then weirdly ill for a week after Reading so I wasn't even 1% productive then and now I'm suddenly back at school. However I'm itching to getting back to being more active here. Two rolls of  36 exp film to get developed and a few new clothes to be wearing will hopefully motivate me.

I also need to thank Ellie for sending me this top which is absolutely fab (though admittedly challenging to keep up, but I've persevered and worn it rather constantly despite that). She sent me a surprise envelope of cool stuff at the start of summer and I'm ever grateful.

These photos are from the other night when I went for pizza then to the cinema to see an advanced screening of the film 'Pride', which is about gay and lesbian activists supporting miners while they were on strike in 1984. It was very good and I would recommend. 



-candid- but had to crop my head because it's blurry


Top - Vintage I assume but a gift from Ellie
Skirt - One that half the population owns from Topshop
Belt - Rokit £12 and the most perfect belt I've ever owned
Random tote
Shoes - My new go to Doc Martens - 90s sample ones that were only once used on a photoshoot in London and never produced as a proper line and I love them so the £52 I splurged on them with is half justified
Primark pop socks

My head is down because I just got my roots done and I feel so weird with it bc it needs to calm down a bit with some regrowth (with my eyebrows it just looks a bit odd atm so better hide my face).


These are the same shoes as I've got on above but closer - they're basically leather slipper type docs with a bit of a platform.


I also wore this top with some red shorts from Topshop while in Venice. Above was in the restaurant we ate in the night of the day I got my AS results (by a horrific email) just off St Marks Square. We got the best food there and I still yearn for it now. Below is in a random street.


Hollie