Sunday, 6 February 2011

Saturday Come Slow




Had an angry morning with my wardrobe yesterday whilst quickly trying to decide what to wear to Princes Street...Oh the drama my life is!! I wanted to wear my navy H&M poncho but being a lazy student who does not own an iron, that said poncho and a majority of my other clothes are so wrinkled looking. Oh not to mention a lot of them smell like grass/mold, from leaving them to dry all ontop of each other...It's not my fault the fricking dryers in this place don't actually dry your clothes! Finally opted for what I called the 'Emo Priest' look...thank god I decided to wear bright blue nail varnish, the night before I was considering black...that would have really topped the Emo look off...

Black biker seam leggings - Topshop
Gold studded brogues - Barratts
Sheer black shirt - H&M
Grey croc bag - Primark
Black Rosary necklace - this just arrived that day from Amazon, I love it and it was only like £3.
and finally...Denim jacket - uh huh a Tammy Girl classic (hahaha) I have been wearing since the age of 11.

Had a nice lazy walk to Princes St with Alicia, Starbucks skinny Latte in hand mmm...
So yes, I actually found the hair product I have been needing my whole life. Lee Stafford 'I hate my hair the day it's washed'...my hair is always so fluffy and frizzy once washed and finally I have a cure! As it was two Lee Stafford products for £8 at Boots, I also got a Lee Stafford 'Flat iron protection shine mist' because I have been straightening my hair a lot more now it's shorter and flicks and kinks like crazy...but anyway the most exciting purchase of yesterday's shopping trip...

I found this AMAZING Reformed jacket in Urban Outfitters. It's by The Reformation, designers from New York and L.A who handcraft pieces from vintage fabrics and garments to, quote, 'create something at first recognizable but in the end completely new'. At first I picked it up and was like 'this is so not me, I cannot pull this off' but wanted to try it on anyway because it was reduced from £165 to only £40. I tried it on and fell in love with how much it transformed my look. I am now the proud loving owner of this £36 khaki with leather sleeves (10% student discount) beauty. I literally cannot stop raving about this jacket to everyone.

Anyway...have a nice Sunday...I'll be studying my ass off!

6 comments:

  1. You're right, the jacket is very awesome. And ahaha, I can totally relate to having piles of very wrinkled clothing and being too lazy to iron :P I think that's a universal-college student thing!

    Your blog is so cute (and I love your name - Edna - it's so pretty!) I'm following you now!

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  2. i looooove your necklace!!!

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  3. that is a good jacket! great find :) xx

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  4. I'm not surprised your raving about that jacket, it's gorgeous! x

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