I'm starting to clean out my closet now as I'm moving back to Sydney in less than 2 months.. *sob* So the first load of vintage clothing is now on ebay...
These are my favourites that I'm secretly hoping no one will bid for because I want to keep them for myself... even if they are extremely large on me.
I love this pastel blue sweater so so much! I studded it on the shoulders (the studs cost so much!) and it looks so good! Sadly, its so freaking big on me! I wish I could just shrink it cause then it'll be perfect.
I'm also wearing American Apparel Easy Jean. I bought the disco pants but returned them because the material was too shiny so then I bought the jean version on ASOS a few weeks ago. I love how they suck in all my fat around my tummy area.. seriously... I have a flat stomach when I wear these jeans.
They're so expensive though!! Like when they arrived, I immediately planned to return them because I couldn't justify paying so much for a pair of jeans, but I secretly hid it and 2 weeks later ripped off the tag so I couldn't return it. :(
Don't you just love the studded detailing on it? I seriously think that studs are being overdone at the moment, but I think these studs are quite subtle..
Arghh and I LOVE this blouse... it feels soo silky and luxurious. I bought it at a vintage fair and as soon as I saw it I knew I was getting it no matter the price or fit. Sadly its a size 18 and the sleeves are just way too long!
Anyways, in other news I recently purchased Nighthawk boots by Office. Yes, they are the Chloe dupes... I love them! They're so comfy and I needed them in my life because I don't have many flat boots. Inserting an Iphone pic because I just cant be bothered.
The wedged sneaker has been a total craze lately and I said to myself I'd never get them because 1) I don't wear sneakers and 2) I just couldn't accept that a sneaker & wedge could ever be combined.
But.... I went on my weekly trip to Primark (seriously, I just can't get enough of this shop) and I saw these white and gold wedged sneakers and really liked them.. they weren't that comfy, but at £15, what do you expect?
Later on I went to Office shoes to return some shoes and saw the Jeffrey Campbell black version and knew I had to try them on. When I tried them on, they fit like a glove and I seriously felt I was walking on air.. they were so comfortable! but at £60... I didn't want to spend so much on a pair of sneakers and I needed to rethink my spending habits... I decided not to get them, but am slightly regretting it. I can't even find the exact ones online anymore!
Still deciding whether to keep the Primark ones though. Should I...? Shouldn't I?