1. Does what it says on the tin really. Bought these babies in the Office sale under the pretense that they were nice and I liked them and they would be office appropriate. I keep finding myself buying clothes that would be okay for an office environment, my last attempt at office work clothing during last summer as an intern got a few raised eyebrows. This whole graduating thing sucks, apart from these shoes. I wore them in this post, but you couldn't really see them, so here they are in all their pointy-toe glory. There are similar ones in the Zara sale at the moment, but they are kitten heels and lots of people are mean about kitten heels, I have no problem with them.
2. Emma Raybans. Anyone else ever bought something because they share the same name as you? I think it is quite a common thing for the female population. These sunglasses are almost cat eyes, I loved cat eyes until I tried them on and they looked ugly with my face so I missed out on that whole thing, but these are quite a subtle Cat eye shape and I actually like them. Also, tortoiseshell is a big winner with me, my actual glasses are tortoiseshell as well.
(Tortoiseshell bow bangle: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Clay flower/ pearl bracelet: Primark, Bunny watch, ASOS, Red coral bracelet: DIY, Ring: House of Harlow)
3. Speaking of tortoiseshell; presenting today's Arm party. Doing the whole "Arm Swag" thing is a challenge for me, mainly because I always think I look like one of those men on the streets who have a forearm full of watches. However, I am only wearing one watch and it has bunnies chasing a carrot, certainly not street wear. I also quote "Arm Swag" because the term is embarrassing and shame on the person who started that. Also, as a disclosure, that weight in the top left corner, I do not use, it is holding my door open actually, a much more practical use!
Happy Sunday kittens!
With love from,