Monday, 25 April 2011

Cut stone and blossom


Topshop top // Thrifted vintage skirt // Cut stone necklace // Topshop sandals


Deeply enjoying the blossom.

Does anyone else have strange feet with the second toe longer than the big one?

I am officially over half way through my dissertation! Hurrah! Part of my procrastination has involved creating a tumblr for this blog, it'll be a little pictoral scrapbook where I can collate all the images I enjoy on the internet. If you're interested you can take a look here.

The top I'm wearing has been one of the best purchases I've made it a while, I never seem to invest in plain jersey and so never seem to have anything to wear. I've realised that plain jersey is the missing link in outfit building. I thrifted the skirt last year from the Dead Shop for £2 and this is the first time I've worn it, it's pure nineties goodness. Ooh and I cunningly bought the sandals in the Topshop winter sale for a mere £5 and hid them away in a draw, I think I'll be getting a lot of wear out of them this summer.

Also my boyfriend's delightful sister has recently joined the blogosphere! If you're interested in reading about her charity shop finds and general adventures in life the follow Little Miss Maisy. She's a truly adorable human being.

12 comments:

  1. beautiful pictures! and i'm in love with your sandals :)

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  2. Your sandals are so cute! And congrats on getting into King's - I went there for my undergrad and loved it! So many fond memories... You're going to have a ball xxx

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  3. love it all

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  4. Amazing shots!!!You look great!
    http://chiccastyle.blogspot.com/

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  5. Seriously love these pictures and outfit!

    <3
    www.kasiabelhadri.blogspot.com

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  6. these are so lovely! i love seeing your pretty face in outfit posts <3

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  7. i have long toes! almost look like little fingers! i love these photos, you and the flowering tree, so pretty!

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  8. These are gorgeous pictures, especially love the worn brick wall as a backdrop. Great outfit too :)

    x K
    http://modernlegacy.blogspot.com

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  9. Really beautiful, your hair's perfect. x hivenn

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  10. You look beautiful Dulce! Must catch up soon xxxx

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  11. congrats on getting half ay through the dissertation, they are such a slug! i love this simple pretty outfit and your darling shoes
    x

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