Today's post, for your viewing pleasure, actually features lovely, well lit, well shot on a proper camera, photography... This is because I (gasp!) told one of my best friends about the blog.
I had hoped to keep it a complete secret from my nearest and dearest, but when it comes down to it, TB knowing about it is a small price to pay, as I trust his discretion, for Actually Nice-looking outfit posts!
My clothes aren't all the dingy nothings they've looked up to now... The light in my room and the crappiness of my camera just don't make nice images!
So... without further ado, let me introduce:
Frolicks, jumps and wanderings around the Backs: trampling a few crocii and swinging from a few bars on the journey...
Here we have moi in a Gap tshirt, the Rokit scarf, a charity shop skirt - Sally Anne's Salvation Army Store, Mill Rd, Cambridge is a treasure trove, Riva boots, my treasured but slightly beaten up Toy Watch (I'm currently coveting the Fluo Winter Purple and Winter Pink ones... sigh), Whistles gloves, Ark purple rose leather bracelet, green bead necklace - bought in Florence - worn as bracelet, and grandma's brooch...
Disclaimer: No I wasn't cold. It's quite warm out today, and I was bouncing too much to feel the breeze ;-D - though in case you were wondering, my cover up, which I left in the library, is a camel coloured Paul Costelloe princess coat. It's amazing. Everyone should have one. Get one in a John Lewis sale ASAP! So so so worth every penny in warmth and design.
Disclaimer 2: Sorry there are quite a few photos. I'm not a narcissist, honest. I just loved how well these turned out. And we took over a hundred, so getting it down to these was a task! ;-D
Oh, we did have fun! It was an excellent diversion from the essay I am supposed to be writing... Supervision in 2 hours 50 minutes and counting. 911 words written, probably 1,300 (+) to go.
This is going to be a shoooooort essay... My long-suffering, ever-patient supervisor's not going to be pleased. Oops!
Disclaimer 3: I wrote this as a draft a few hours ago... In truth, been there done that. Essay was fine, if a little lacking in cohesion.
That's all for now, folks!