This is really quite a casual outfit with the trousers and mens tee, but I really like it! Subtle hints of of my favourite red with the lips colour, nails and clutch. Wearing the shoes I got for the Matalan style project ages ago – they’ve proved quite handy for casual outfits like this. For some reason I always buy either bright coloured or black shoes, nothing neutral! So it’s nice to have some simple nude heels in my wardrobe. Also my gorgeous Guess watch from Time2 that I’ve been wearing a lot recently. I really want this gold casio watch from Time2 now – they’re super cheap too!
In between essay writing today I’ve spent a huge amount of time browsing lots of pretty clothes online. Has anybody else noticed it’s always the best time to internet shop when you’ve got work to do? Haha. Anyway, I wanted to tell you about all the gorgeous womens designer clothing from farfetch.com that I’ve spent the day fawning over. Farfetch is relatively new to me so if you’ve not heard about it either then it’s an international fashion community of independent boutiques. It’s a bit like martketplace on asos but in my opinion much better as they’re quite selective with the businesses they partner with so you know the quality of what you buy is guaranteed. What’s nice is that they deliver worldwide and there’s a really simple returns process (always something I worry about with marketplace as you have to go through the seller!). So, as I was saying! I adore this striped Bagu Daypack rucksack (only £16!) and this super lovely Awai belt ring but it’s sadly sold out, sob. I really like supporting independent businesses as I think many of you do, but sometimes it’s just a bit difficult to just stumble across them which is why I have a new love for farfetch – apparently there’s 1000 boutiques! My dream section of the site is by far the homeware section, though it is a quite out of my price range! There is a quirky selection of candles, jars, plates, mugs, trays, umbrella stands and lots of other bits and bobs. In my ‘no end of money’ dream world, I would certainly adorn my house from top to bottom in these things! Back to reality, eh!
I’ve got the nicest weekend planned and it doesn’t involve doing much at all – just what I need after the super busy working week I’ve just had! Although it seems we moved in ages ago now, theres still pictures to be put up and little things we need to buy for the house. Hopefully the weather will be nice so that I can sort the garden out too. It’s got a bit unruly out there as it’s been too wet to attend to! It’s also my friends birthday tomorrow night so I think me and Rich are going to pop to the pub for some drinks which will be nice. As much as I love being busy, it’s really nice knowing I’ve not got much to do and can just relax! I might even get round to do posting some pictures of the rooms in our house like I promised!