Firstly, hope you guys have had an awesome week (: You must must must forgive us for the lack of posts this week. WE HAVE NOT ABANDONED YOU! Plus we have ample reason...
WE GOT ZE GSCE RESULTS YESTERDAY !!!!!! We're so "hkahbvsnc" and happy with the outcome, we hope and pray that those who collected GCSE's are as proud of yourselves as we are *synchronized scary grins*
Right on with today's post...
I think my style is quite London Girl,with a massive dose of the 60's. And I tried to channel that through this outfit post. To be quite fair, it's a lazy outfit, not really deserving more than an appreciative nod. But that's because I really wanted the jumper to be the focus. It's something I made through the summer to build up my wardrobe for sixth form (argghhhhh!!!). It says, Insouciant which means care-free and unconcerned, which I really need to be as I am such a STRESS HEAD. Oh yeah, and when I say I made it, I mean my beloved nana sat adjacent to my hip, insisting that she "fixes a few things".I am sooo not a perfectionist.
Friends I must also share with you what I discovered whilst cleaning out my jewellery box. Yonks ago, I broke my fave River Island necklace (oh how I love the RI sale). It was one of those 'un-fixable' breaks because the actual chain had snapped. But then I was thinking, what could I do with it as their was NO WAY I was just chucking it away and admitting defeat. I found my answer in the form of a lonely earring (it's lonely because I lost the other one).
Step 1: stick the lonely earring into the hole of the chain.
Step 2: Secure it by putting the butterfly back at the end of the earring
Step 3: Use the hook and put it through the butterfly back.
And juuuuuust to show you it works ...