To make the most of my time in Oxford while it’s left (sniff), I did some outfit pictures in the Bodleian library! Well, it’s where I spend most of my time these days, anyway… And it’s a beautiful piece of architecture, so even if you don’t want to look at me, there’s something of interest!
I think that when we took these photos, it was the prettiest day of the year so far. The boyfriend and I took a walk by the river in the early evening, and the sunshine was so pretty. This is the first time I’ve taken outfit photos with other people around, and it was a little weird, but I think we played it cool…
This weekend, I took a bit of time out of the hustle and bustle of Oxford, and visited my favourite little escape from the city – a hidden cemetary, where you feel like you’re miles away from everywhere. Some people might find hanging out in a graveyard a bit morbid, but I always find it extremely peaceful and reflective, especially here, with overgrown graves, birdsong, and dappled sunshine. The weather was so beautiful, so I thought I’d soak up the sun in something summery… Continue reading
I’m taking advantage of the sunshine at the moment, so here’s a slightly-too-summery outfit that to be honest, I would freeze in if I actually tried to wear out at the moment. I love the print of this skirt, but really struggle to find things to pair it with – I don’t have a lot of plain tops, and the blue is beautiful, but doesn’t match anything else in my wardrobe! This is a very basic lounging in the garden look, very casual, but I think it’s quite sweet.
Shirt: Primark. Skirt: Primark. Bracelet: Stolen from my mum.
Face: Bourjois Healthy Mix Concealer (51), Urban Decay Naked palette (Smog and Sin), Maybelline The Falsies mascara, Tony Moly Petite Bunny Gloss Bar (04). Links to my reviews.
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So, long story short, I borrowed a J Crew shirt from a male friend for a play, and fell in love with it. He was kind enough to get one for me when he next went to America, and since then… I’ve not really worn it as much as I thought I would. My style, as you might have guessed, is quite girly, and I tend to keep my silhouette quite fitted.
Since I’m on a mission to love everything in my wardrobe, I thought I’d experiment with how to wear a mens’ shirt!
Look Number One: Casual Hang-out