Skirt: Op Shop// Turtleneck: ASOS// Jumper: Sportsgirl// Bag: Tigerlily// Boots: Doc Martens// Necklaces: DIY and Gifted
001. TIME TO CELEBRATE BECAUSE THIS IS MY FIRST OUTFIT POST IN 4 MONTHS! Sorry about the absence, honestly wasn't planned at all. I guess it's just been a combination of me working all the time, saving all my money, not leaving the house and being generally lazy that has resulted in this predicament. I promise I'll try to work on it though, I still love clothes far too much, don't worry!
002. Apologies about the weird blogging routine lately. I'm trying this new thing out where I only blog when I'm really "feeling it." You know... like when I have a creative flair or a desire to just sit down and slam out a few posts. I don't want to force anything or push myself to do it, because it's a hobby and I want to enjoy it. If that makes any sense at all?
003. I suppose I should talk about the outfit now. I'm a bit out of practice, so naturally I'm looking extra awkward in these shots- oops. So far in my neck of woods we have been experiencing a very pleasantly mild winter and this is about as warm as I've had to dress during the day. I use this bag every single day, I LOVE IT! It adds such a nice bohemian pop of colour to my generally monochrome outfits. In a desperate move to prepare for Splendour I've been wearing these boots at every chance I get because I want to wear them in. So far, no luck. Blisters are still threatening to pop up with every outing I take them on. Luckily I am a shoe addict and do have a back up pair of Docs that are comfy. But I really do want to wear these, the whole hiker vibe seems perfect for a festival!
004. I'm planning on posting a bit more in the next week (fingers crossed). Sorry again for being so inconsistent- I promise I'll get my creative pants on soon!
todays tune: hallelujah, the rubens