|Scarf- Tie Rack- £5|
Stripy shirt- M&S- £10
Tiger-printing leggings- Select- £5
Studded shoes- Office - £25
Hello everybody! How is the weather like in your area? In London, it was wet wet and wet! On Tuesday, there was sun and I thought Spring actually arrived. Guess it's too soon. :( I was running late so I didn't have time to fetch my umbrella. >< Luckily it was only spitting whilst walking to uni so I wasn't drenched. My outfit today is very simple, I wore a stripey top beneath my 3/4 length sleeve black cardigan. I tend to wear long-sleeves as I don't like exposing my arms and plus it was practical to wear it today since it was cold. I used a safety pin to connect the cardigan together in level with my waist. There wasn't a button there but I plan to sew one on soon. :) I chose to wear my tiger printed leggings today which I adore. It makes the outfit look a bit more interesting than if I chose to wore plain black leggings. Leggings are so comfortable, I wear the plain ones at home most of the time though sometimes I like to wear my PJs. They're not old school, they're cool ~~ As today was chilly, I threw on a blue tassle scarf to keep my neck warm.
These are the bracelets that I wore today. I love the one on the left a lot. It's so pretty! It was blessed in a temple in China. :) On the right, I wore 2 bangles. The top one reminds me of a cowboy for some odd reason. The bottom bangle is printed with different coloured flowers which I find really dainty.
You can't really see the shoes above so I took a shot of it by themselves whilst standing awkwardly on the wet floor. I got these studded shoes from Office a while ago and I love it because it wraps around my ankle so it doesn't slip off easily. I don't wear these when I go shoe shopping as I take forever to take them off and buckle them back on again. The shoes look quite unflattering like that as I bent down slightly to take the picture. --Do you like my Jennifer Anderton socks that I got from TK Maxx? I blogged about it before but the picture didn't do it any justice.
Good deed of the day: I helped an elderly man retrieve his bag which he left on the train. I could imagine his feelings if he lost his bag. :(
That's it for now! I hope you enjoyed this post.