While I do prattle on about my love for science just about in every post I make on this blog, I may have also neglected to mention just how much work it actually takes to become a scientist! I'm so crazy busy with uni right now - for some reason I decided to do all this extra laboratory work, and while it's amazing to get hands-on experience, it has not left me with much time for blogging - which makes me a bit sad because I really love blogging!
Combine this with the end of daylight savings, and I just haven't had the time to take proper outfit photos lately. But I have still been aiming to document my outfits on most days, and for this reason I've still been very active on instagram- but for those of you who don't have it, I thought I should share some of my favourite outfits here on my blog!
And I apologise in advance for the terrible bathroom-selfie quality of these photos.
I got this adorable keyhole sweater from a vintage fair that I went to the other day (and I also entered in a vintage-style competition at the fair, which was the first time I've ever done something like that!!) The unicorn pin is from Ginger Pickle. I've also never done my hair like this before, but I really liked it!
The skirt and belt are thrifted finds, and the top is actually a bodysuit that I've had for about 4 years (I can't remember where it is from, though). I discovered just before running out the door that this skirt was rather see-through, so I will have to wear it with shorts in the future.
I thrifted this blouse for $1 and the hat for $4 the other day - can't go wrong with that!
Finally, this is my first (of hopefully many) vintage headpieces, which I also got from the vintage fair the other day! I paired it with my amazing Hell Bunny dress so I could be all colour-coordinated.
I hope that you are all having an absolutely lovely day,
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