Sorry for the super short post the other day. It's that really horrible time of year again when my new student house is without internet. Soo having to squeeze in posts in any wifi area I can find sowee.
Reallly good to be back in Cardiff though in my uni flat, little working gal again now, although feeling a tad tired tonight as I've discovered our neighbour is a raging drummer, which is fine, but at half 8 in the morning it's just an absolute nightmare! Waa.
Jacket - vintage via ebay
Black Top - Primark
Shorts - DIY Dip Dye
Flatforms @ Office
Watch - UO
Okayyyyy so everyone's probably latching onto the camo craze at the moment, my favourite look so far was Fearne Cotton when she presented at Hackney Weekend, she looked super snug and the camo jacket was really oversized which suited her little frame.
Anyway, don't even bother going onto Urban Outfitters, they're so ridiculously overpriced, about £48, which I certainly cannnnnnnnot afford at this moment in time, and they're just the same as these you get on ebay, so head there! Got mine for about £4 with another £4 for postage, but it's a genuine german army jacket, so well worth having a look around before you buy some cheap remake! Did smell reaalllly musty when it arrived but it's out of the wash and looking larvely now. Think I got it in a Medium too do it's a bit bigger, didn't want it to just look like a shirt.
Oh and these lil shorts, I did a little dip dye to them the other day, bleached the hell out of them and did like pastels all over, but going to re dye them as I forgot to bathe them in salt water for the colour fastness! They've come out pretty well considering it was a quick art and craft mo. You can't really go wrong with tie dye and dip dying though, it always seems to work whatever way you do it!
Gonna get some sleeeeep now!
Praying for a good drum-free sleep please.