Dunnes coat | H&M top | Penneys dress and tights | Tesco boots
Currently listening to : Goner // Turn To Dust //this amazing Rookie playlist "The Teenage Realist"
It feels a little strained writing this post since I haven't done in a week now and I definitely haven't put together an outfit post like this in over two weeks now. Although I have plenty of time during the week, even with schoolwork taken into account, I don't have enough of the type of ideas I want to write or talk about or photograph. And those little sparks that do circulate my brain never seem to materialise ! I really want to write more about topics I have an interest in - history, gender roles, interests like music and film, to name a few - and to also start making YouTube videos again about these topics too - I've been loving Savannah Brown, Dodie Clark and Hannah Witton who all create the most amazing content - and if you couldn't tell, I've regained interest in photography over the past month or two which I love so so much, except there's only so many photographs of bloody leaves that one can take and I really want to photograph actual humans or pretty lights ! On the bright side, I did get a lovely snap of nanny this evening, the scheme of colour tonality and soft focus very like the ones above, and most towns will be putting up their festive lights over the next few weeks so I'll be able to get tons photos of colourful lights very soon ! The leaf spam may turn into lights !
I'm pretty sure that I've already talked about my green coat on here but I may do a little update. It is still the best cosiest coat ever ! Okay, so maybe the coat has been leaning towards my bad books after I began wearing it to school and received more "festive" "Christmas tree" comparisions than my friend does when she wears my tinsel and fairy lights as a scarf in December (and we won't talk about the St. Patrick's Day attire comparisons.) but it's wooly and warm so that's all that matters ! I just love the obnoxious green colour of it so much, it reminds me a lot of the 60's and I can imagine how amazing it would look worn with a black top and a pair of black tapered trousers, which is where the idea of the black velvet top over the navy dress came from.
The water and sand destroyed my boots at the beach for the third time this year and somehow the mashed grains are still comfortable to walk in !