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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Mailman bring me no more blues



(High neck scuba tee and plaid skirt: ASOS, Chandelier necklace: DIY, socks: Accessorize, Mary Janes: Miu Miu , Purse: Mulberry) #teenvogue

There is something deeply intriguing about this church yard in that it has a Stone Circle in it. It's perfectly ironic. I studied Archaeology for three years in University and excluding the course that took 3 months to try and convince the archaeology students that archaeology was a legitimate subject, I loved it. Maybe more in-hindsight. I am a big collector (hoarder) so I find the whole thing fascinating.  I am going to end up like the crazy lady curator I met at University who proudly showed me her mummified cat that had appeared in her possession. The most concerning part was that she had made it a bed in a tupperwear box. This bed had pillows and a duvet. ULTIMATE CAT LADY- no debates.

With love from,

Emma x

44 comments:

  1. I love your whole look but especially those gorgeous shoes! You are such a gem. <3 xoxo

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    1. Aw, what a nice thing to say, I wonder what kind of Gem!? xx

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  2. Great song, great skirt, great scenery. Perfect post! Hahaha your anecdotes are always the best! xx

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  3. I absolutely adore this outfit, the muted dark blues with the greys and the tan bag, ahhhh perfection! And those shoes are so beautiful!
    x

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    1. I was trying to be as ladylike as you! xxx

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  4. You're right, a stone circle in a graveyard is very intriguing! I really love this outfit. Your shoes are beautiful, and I can't believe they're Mui Mui. I would love a pair of Mui Mui shoes! I would also love to see how you DIYd that necklace :) The socks and heeels combo is really cute, and blue is one of my favourite colours, you look great in it!

    p.s. I have not yet visited the original home of the deep fried mars bar, but I've heard great things about it so maybe I should! xx

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    1. These were via ebay, you can get some good deals there! I love socks and shoes! Oh you should, that is all that town is famous for.

      xx

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  5. Oh wow you studied Archaeology? that's amazing!
    Gorgeous photos :D

    www.violetdaffodils.blogspot.co.uk
    xx

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  6. Fab skirt, def wanting to be able to pull off this shape skirt as well as you do! xx

    fashiontatt.blogspot.com

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  7. That curator sounds AMAZING. She definitely wins ultimate cat lady prize. You look amazing, I bloody love your skirt!

    Alice xx | The Cup and Saucer

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  8. That skirt again! It makes me think of Blair Waldorf. ♥ The last snap is beauuuutiful. I love that you studied Archaeology, it must've been so interesting.

    Tara xo

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    1. It is very Blair. I need a hair bow! It was interesting, loved the Asia stuff and the human past bits, not the flipping Romans or Byzantium though... xx

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  9. Your hair is SO beautiful, I'm very jealous! I love your bag too xx

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  10. The blue in your plaid Asos skirt coordinates perfectly with the blue of your high neck scuba tee, and your necklace is pretty. Your hair and makeup look very pretty too. The stonework at the site of your photoshoot is fascinating. It's easy to see why you would find it archeologically intriguing.

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  11. Great shoes! I love your pictures! Always are inspiring ;)

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  12. Laughed out loud at those cat lady antics, a little bit of horror was definitely thrown in that she keeps a mummified cat in a tupperware box with a pillow and quilt. I like to think that my love for Rufus doesn't extend to the craziness that I'd keep him mummified in a box. That's weird and kind of gross! Anyway!! Your outfit is gorgeous as usual, do you ever look slobby in jeans and a sweater like the rest of us?! xxx

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    1. It was a little gross, but I admire her commitment to her job. Ha, never jeans, PJ's yes! xx

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  13. I absolutely love the shades of blue in this post, in your outfit and the church door you seem to really think about the surrounding you photograph in! And the crazy cat lady seems somewhat terrifying! that really does take cat lady-ness to a whole new level!!

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  14. that skirt is gorgeous!

    xxoo,
    nikki

    www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

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  15. Mummified cat?! Oh gosh no. I love your sock/heels combination along with that amazing skirt which I could totally never pull off; looking great as always :).

    onacruz blog

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  16. You look so lovely! That skirt is incredible.

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  17. i love the blue window frames and doors of the church! and i also love your skirt, shoes and diy necklace, your whole outfit is so darling! the curator sounds like something i might be one day, haha.. i don't even want to do a postgraduate degree and still have found myself looking into doing archaeology (or classics) at edinburgh, eee. it's just really interesting:-) never knew you did archaeology! xx

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    1. You should look at curating in St Andrews, it looks like a fascinating course. I was tempted, but then I found Oil and Gas and money- I am a traitor.
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  18. This outfit is so gorgeous! And so are you :)

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  19. I love your outfit, you look so nice! x

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  20. I like everything about this look. Cool styLing.

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  21. The last pitcure is very beautiful (the others are beautiful, too ! )
    I love the combination of the socks and this shoes :))

    I really like your blog.
    Let's follow each other ?
    Let me know <3

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  22. So so so gorgeous! Love this skirt on you :) xx

    One hand in my pocket

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  23. Haha, that cat lady is crazy!
    You really have the best skirts, love the pattern on this one! The shoes are perfect, so cute with the socks. And your hair looks so amazing!
    xx

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  24. I just love your outfit, this skirt looks like it was made for you and you look beautiful in it :)

    Hayfa
    www.londonloafers.com

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  25. the combination w/ that skirt is very lovely on you! xx

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  26. Seriously adore this outfit, you look straight out of a fairytale! Also I feel as though I will also end up in possession of odd things aka mummified cats!

    //teandtwosugars.blogspot.com xx

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    1. Makes for two of us. Weird possessions are better than boring ones!

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  27. SUCH a gorgeous outfit, I love the skirt/shoes combo!

    Maria xxx

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  29. That truly is the ultimate cat-lady. That's dedication right there.

    I love that Beatles song - I can even imagine you as a fan from the sixties in this get up, loving that plaid skirt x

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    1. I wish I was around in the 60's, the hair and clothes!!

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  30. You look amazing! I love that skirt and the shoes and socks look so cute :) xx

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  31. Love this skirt, you are so beautiful!
    Lucia's Loves
    x

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