Apologies if the pictures aren't too great today. I haven't been feeling well ever since I got back to London: I've been feeling dizzy, nauseous, and just ill overall. I'm not used to being sick and am not sure what's wrong with me - I think it's either low blood pressure, low blood sugar, or iron deficiency. Hope it doesn't show through too much in the pictures!
Why yes, I do love the rose print + sequins + pink combination (as seen here). I still can't believe I bought a skirt in the exact same print as the tunic top, but I just love this print so much and I think a skirt is more wearable than that body-con top! I'm not sure if the shape is very flattering, though; it puffs a bit too much at the hip...
This massive sequin bag is from Blue Inc. You know how much I love sequins, and I think this bag is going to become a firm favorite! It's big and roomy - perfect for all the books and papers I carry around with me much of the time. Plus, it has three inner pockets which is great - I always lose little items like keys in my bag and this will help me keep organised! What do you think, is it okay to use this sequin bag for uni, or is it a bit too over the top?
Mmm, sparkles. I love.
Before I left the house, I added my OTKs and a massive bright pink coat.
I love the way the fur from my cardigan pokes out above my coat, making it sort of look like the coat has a fur collar. I have lots of faux fur cardigans and do this all the time - it works on jackets, too!
I think coats are just universally unflattering, though. I always feel like a massive round gumdrop when I'm wearing a winter coat!
Motel rose print skirt
Asos pink top
Mango faux fur cardigan
Blue Inc handbag
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And before I leave today, I just wanted to say a word about Haiti. I'm sure you are all aware of the devastation that the earthquake caused earlier this week. If you would like to donate, there's a comprehensive list here on all the organisations providing relief in Haiti. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has highlighted the urgent need for tents, so at this point I would recommend that you donate to one of the organisations providing shelter. I donated to the International Medical Corps a few days ago; apparently more than 92% of the proceeds go directly to the people who need it, and they also try to hire local staff whenever possible. Please do help, in whatever way you can.