So these are the outfits I wore on Wednesday evening and Thursday. I went out on Wednesday for the first time in ages it was a bit of a shame that it was only a quiet one due to my interview the following day. These dresses are too good; great shapes and such cool patterns.
Dress: Yumi, £12.99
Belt: Primark, with another dress
Shoes: New Look, last year
Jacket: H&M, last year
Scarf: Primark, nearly 5 years ago
Dress: Yumi, £21.99
(wore with) Ankle Boots: River Island.
I got these in the Dorothy Perkins sale for £5, best £5 spent on shoes, ever! They’re so comfy and so ugly, the best! ♥
I’m really liking the idea of putting neat things like greetings cards in frames. Scribbler might have a sale on and I might have popped into the one in Kensington while waiting around for my interview on Friday. They’re by an illustrator called Paul Thurlby and I thought they were pretty cute. The ‘Embrace’ one would make a good Valentine’s card but I feel it might be slightly to mushy for Moon’s taste in that context and I’d prefer it for myself as a piece of art anyway. Now I know that Scribbler is far superior to Paperchase in it’s card selection at the moment, I’ll definitely be taking the time to browse there first.
I got around to printing out my graphic CV a whole week ahead of schedule. Which I probably knew I could do but it does wonders for motivation when you tick things off your to-do list early. The man who works at the printers in New Malden was quite nice and has asked to potentially use photographs from Malden Fortnight to display in the window. I don’t know if anything will come from it but it was kind of nice. I’m to drop some business cards to him during next week.