I picked up this stripey number for £1 in a charity shop (I think its from H&M) thinking it was a cute top. Now I have it on I realise that it's a dress!
I literally can't imagine how I used to wear clothing this short when I was a teenager, and no clue how girls do it now. How are you not feeling completely naked, and as if your fou-fou may say hello when you're least expecting it??
I bought a skirt today (£4 from a charity shop) which I've now paired with the dress/top. I'm feeling much better now! It has a sweet scooped back too:
I'm off out tonight, so a second outfit post for the day! Now I have my new camera at home I have no excuses for using crappy Instagram pictures here!
So I'm wearing a cheap highstreet outfit - a primark skirt from a charity shop, and a primark top (new).
I feel a little naked with no straps but the sunshine has peeked out so I'm trying to encourage it to stay out!
I'm a pretty classic rockabilly girl in this outfit - stripes, nautical colours, pencil skirt, polka dots, victory rolls and tattoos.
Since opening the salon I've been a little bit lame on attending bloggers' events, so tonight I forced myself out of my salon bubble and went to start the countdown to Canada Day (July 1st).
We were invited to Shutterbug in Shoreditch, which is a cocktail and creperie bar....what a combination!
You can see my before and after plate, and it made me notice something. I really have changed my relationship with food. It really proves to me that you really can do anything, even if it feels so hardwired in you that it seems impossible.
If you want to become a more positive person, yup you can. If you want to become someone who is more giving, or likes exercise, or is more tolerant, or works harder, or writes for an hour each day, you really can. We can be whoever we want.
Do you agree?