Tuesday, October 30, 2012

These boots were made for ... grievous bodily harm


I love my new Jeffrey Campbell Litas. I've never had so many people stop me to compliment me on my shoes before! They are just so FIERCE. And surprisingly comfortable (for me. Not for anybody who trips into me).


I bought some petticoats from Modcloth thanks to lots of other bloggers posting those $20 referral codes. Hope y'all enjoy your bonus credit! I'm loving the way they fill out my skirts. How did I do vintage for so long without them?!


Outfit Details:

Shirt - Kenji
Coat - Mum's (mine now hahaha)
Cuff - Diva
Skirt - ASOS
Petticoat - Modcloth
Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell
Purse - Dangerfield






Showing off my $5 imitation purse outside the Chanel store. ONE DAY I WILL OWN YOU. As my boyfriend was taking this photo, a lady walked up to me and handed me a rose! Hence my bemused face in the next image.


 T-thank you?


I got a photo with the very lovely Meow Meow - if she ever comes to visit your town, please go see her perform! She's an amazing caberet singer with a wicked sense of humor.

Two more assignments to go and then I'm done for the year! Can't wait!

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Mathematical!

This skirt would be so perfect for a teacher - it is covered with pens, paperclips, erasers and maths equations. I wore it to some statistics classes last semester to make the intense calculations a little more fun.




Also it has pockets, which automatically gives it a +100 in skirt points. I love my pockets!


I've  been collecting these Disney Couture bracelets with inspirational sayings. This one is from Snow White, and reads 'whistle while you work'. A good sentiment to have as the semester draws to a close and I feel as though I am drowning in assignments!


These photos are a bit of a reminder to myself to wear illuminator more often - it makes my skin photograph so much more nicely.  I bought a Clarisonic a while ago which is working wonders on my face as well. Well worth the money to anybody who is torn about buying one!


That's all for now - hope you are well, and I'll be back after I finish these essays! (Better get started first...)