On Sunday I took a quick trip down to Spitalfields to pick up a few presents for my family, and had planned a really awesome shoot for you guys...however by the time I got the chance to take any photos it was already dark and everything was closing up for the night. This did not put me in the best of moods but I took some pictures anyway, and am hoping to take some better ones in the near future. I wore my yellow coat from River Island, knit top from Rokit, skirt and shoes from Rokit and socks from Topshop.
This is probably the first year I've actually bought myself a proper winter coat...I tend to go off of things quite quickly and so often don't like to spend too much on any one item of clothing, however this time I think I may have officially fallen in love and I am not even embarrassed to admit it. I was innocently browsing in River Island, on the hunt for a pair of pyjamas for a friend's present, when I practically walked into this coat on a rail in the front of the store. It was pretty much love at first sight, and since then it has barely left my side, being surprisingly versatile despite it's mustard-y colour. It's also quite warm too, and fits perfectly with the yellowy/autumnal hues that are so appealing to me at the moment.
I got these earrings as a present from my parents, and they are just the coolest thing and matched my outfit so perfectly. They are little gold hoops embellished with hand-painted flowers and a little chicken charm, which I think is incredible because how often do you find earrings with chickens on them?! They were from a gorgeous little shop in Covent Garden and came in a beautiful duck-egg green box, which smells heavenly.They must have sprayed it with a tonne of perfume because it's been in my room for almost a week now and the scent still lingers around it as if I had bought it yesterday.
In other news, I had my first wagamama meal the other day in celebration of my mock results, and am now obsessed. I'm not even joking, it's like an addiction or something. I've been craving noodles ever since.
(Some disposables from life recently)
That's pretty much all I have for you tonight, but I am hoping to get some better pictures and write some better posts for you guys over the holidays. I break up from school tomorrow (yay) so hopefully there will be some good things to come for this blog in the next few days. I also want to say thank you to each and every one of you who have taken the time to read this blog and follow me - I hit 400 followers yesterday and I can't really believe so many lovely people are so supportive of me. I love you all, and am going to do a big giveaway again to say thanks just like I did when I hit 100 followers all those months ago. Much love to you all, hope you are having a good run-up to christmas!