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Monday, March 24, 2014

Plastic wrap

(Plastic Mac: Emma Cook, Lace Dress: Zara, M belt: Maison and Scotch, Platforms: Marni x H&M, Purse: Mulberry)

When my dad lived in London I frequented the V&A, and every time I would end up pressing my nose against the glass giving heart eyes to a 1960's plastic mac. I have basically wanted one of these babies for years. Now, thanks to the wonders of eBay and Emma Cook twee I have my own murderer coat. I have watched Dexter so I know how useful a plastic coat can be. Anyway, that takes away from the kitschy cuteness of this. However, I do sound ridiculously crispy when I walk about in this.

With love from,

Emma x

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

Monday, March 17, 2014

Your eyes must do some raining if you are ever going to grow


(Purple skirt: H&M Trend (shortened), Plaid top: Peter Jensen, white pumps: River Island, gold necklace: Forever21, Mulberry handbag) #teenvogue

I have worn this skirt for a post before, however, since giving it a rather severe cut and hem I felt the need to whip it out again. I think this length is far more suitable for everyday wear, grandma skirt length was a little harder to wear. However, for those who don't agree and enjoyed the length before I was released on it with scissors and a spare afternoon, I sat in bird poops while taking these pictures. Does the good luck/ bird poop thing only apply for a direct hit from a moving bird? If so, damn.

Emma x

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Loneliness is a prize

(Silk skirt: DIY, cropped roll-neck- Primark, Cross Necklace: Topshop, loafers: Zara, Purse: Mulberry)

I have been long admiring this field for photos. It is on the back roads to my boyfriends, on a particularly tight corner but it is hard to miss. This crop comprises of rows upon rows of intensely grown trees. Recently it has been catkins, I was saving it for a snowy day but alas, the Scottish snow has been absent this year so I succumbed to temptation and jumped the gate to take these.

I have of recent began an affair with turtle necks and high waisted skirts. As a recent convert to the turtle neck, I only had one. Then I went shopping and came back with 3 more. Oh dear. I got this Primark one in two colours, it was hard to turn down, especially considering it was the equivalent price of a good sandwich.

With love from,

Emma x

Monday, March 10, 2014

Find out your hiding places again

(heavy knit sweater: & Other Stories, block colour skirt and leather handbag: Zara, pumps: Aldo, necklace: ASOS) # teenvogue

Oh dear, looking transparent again. Radioactively pale here in Scotland. and yes, I am still not wearing tights.  Showcasing some mega sale bargains here. The & Other stories is the sale I get most excited about, their items are amazing quality and are always flawlessly designed. I picked up this 100% wool hand knitted jumper for a price cheaper than if I had bought the wool to make it myself, without even considering the time and anger it would have taken for me to learn how to knit..

Emma x

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