Monday, 8 October 2012

NO MORE TEARS, MY HEART IS DRY

Haiii,

I'm all moved into my new flat now, just a few little bits to get to make everything pretty. I'm starting my dissertation this week eeeee i'm gonna try my hardest to continue blogging. I'm only actually in uni 3 days a week so should be able to balance everything and i'm definitely definitely not going out for a little while after the mess I got into on Wednesday (I still haven't recovered waahhhh)

So I actually love Winter because it means layers, warm clothes and woolly jumpers. Today's outfit is so warm and easily thrown together when it's a bit chilly outside. 


Glitter pencil skirt - Primark / Leather panelled coat - Miss Selfridge / White shirt - Charity shop / Mint jumper - Topshop / Necklace - Friends / Black Ambush boots - Topshop



Bag - Lulu Guinness















Excuse my rooties, I am trying to let me hair breath for a while. My natural colour is very light blonde so it could be a lot worse - I actually kinda like it when girls have really dark roots and then a colour, but yeah whatever my hair needs a break. 

I love this coat and at £85 with 20% student discount it was quite a bargain making a lazy outfit look acceptable. I haven't got any new clothes in SO long, so am trying to find new ways of wearing everything in my wardrobe. It's student loan time but it has to go on rent... greaaaaaat.

I picked up this shirt from a charity shop for a couple of pounds and is the perfect basic item to layer in the winter. I always shove under chunky knits and blazers. I got this mint knit from Topshop in the sale but it looks a bit silly at the moment because it's the exact same colour as my hair! I teamed with my housemates statement chunky gold necklace and stretchy glitter primark skirt (at just £10 it's such a bargain) which can be worn with everythinggggg! I wish they did more in different colours :D

These boots are so versatile. I got them in Topshop last season for around £70 but they are the most comfortable shoes I own and can be worn with anything to smarten/dress up an outfit. They were made as copies of the famous Acne boots but for a fifth of the price and almost identical they're definitely a winner. I think Topshop now sell a cheaper version but with a  poorer quality material this season. 

Have any of you got any new DIYS? I'm in the mood to customise old stuff :)

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HAIIII!



Jessie xoxo