Hello and Happy February! I am now fully back into the swing of uni after the Christmas break, i.e I have a lot of work to get through and spent my weekend in the library to power through it. That being said, I have been feeling so happy since I came back. I won’t go into it too much but there was a falling out between me and one of my closest friends over the Christmas break which made me feel so anxious about coming back. Instead of getting myself down about it, I have been out with two of my good friends from the Feminist Society as well as friends from my course and drank two for one cocktails, got my nose pierced, been to vintage fairs and danced to indie music until 3am so it’s all been good. (Despite the hangovers, that is.) If I have learnt anything from this experience it is to not pin too much on one person, regardless of how good a friend they are because you never know when they could change their mind.
Uni updates aside, I have been really digging this outfit lately. The sweatshirt is from one of my favourite brands at the moment, Fanclub Clothing who make amazing slogan shirts. I know I’m not the only one who’s jumped on the slogan tee bandwagon, they are so easy to style and can easily be dressed up or down. This sweatshirt is so soft and comfortable so perfect for throwing on for uni or for days when I am in the library, I styled it with my favourite charity shop find of the year so far in the form of this leopard print mini skirt, which I think works really well with it and looks a bit more ‘put together’ than just wearing a sweatshirt and jeans.
The boots were a Camden market find back in December and I adore them! I think I paid about £15 for them and they are so comfy, I have been wearing them for nights out and have managed to last all night in them with only one blister; which I’d say is pretty good going. The shape of them is so flattering on the foot and on the leg, they really help to slim down your legs and make them look longer. The bag is also vintage and was a find quite a few months ago now for a mere £5 from Retro Newcastle, which is a really cute little vintage shop, just off High Bridge Street.