So.. tonnes of you guys have asked me what I normally wear to uni and if I'd be willing to post a "weekly" outfit post, instead of a daily one. So, I agreed. I have to admit, it was pretty hard taking a photo of what I wore everyday so excuse the poor choice of location (eg. my garage). You'd assume that I'd have five outfits, but unfortunately on the last day of uni I did a cbf and stayed at home in my pyjamas - doubt you guys wanted an outfit post on that?
I've said previously, if you have it in black, you gotta have it in white. (And vice versa) I refer to these shorts as my "day" shorts. White just uplifts outfits black can't. I'm becoming way too attracted to leopard prints at this stage, someone needs to stop me before it turns into the similar pile of stripes in my wardrobe..
Romper's are growing on me. That is all I have to say.
Vintage chambray, Mink Pink Velvet dress c/o MarketHQ, Thrifted hat,
I'm pretty sure this skirt has moulded into the shape of my body and had too many trips to the laundry because that's how much I've worn it. Tee shirt dresses are so appealing because of the whole "throw on - no fuss" procedure, but when it's done in velvet, you know that appeal accentuates.
The editor's Market Chambray, Lola vs Harper white denim.
It's pretty obvious I'm not having any trouble pairing these shoes with outfits. You've probably thought "why is she outfit repeating those shoes". I apologise, but they are so damn cute. I never thought patent leather would be a choice in my shoedrobe, but these have somehow ended peppering all my day-fits. (I gotta stop with the hybridisation of words). Anyway, a denim chambray is what every wardrobe acquires - especially with spots. Let's just say this outfit is what I wear to uni everyday (alternatives of it).