It is fair to say, I love my job. After searching for one for what seemed like years I finally landed one in a shoe shop. I mean, that's perfect for me. I have far too many, but they're all beautiful.
And today I came home with another pair. And having worked in the shop for over a month or so now, I think it's a big step that I don't spend my wage every week on the spot. Anyway, these courtesy of Russo Shoes the shop, if you are in Halifax or Leeds, take a look. They are perfect to wear for work, remind me of an almost clog-esque appearance and are o-so-comfy.
Apologies for the rather 'dishevelled' photos today, along with the appearance. The first was my general college outfit, in which I was in such a rush to get ready for the night, my brother was eating and sat down, hence the kind of worms eye view. The second outfit was for the gig, which was great, they were really good live. Anyway, it was taken after, in which my mom was insisting I 'smiled for the camera' so a-cheesy it went.
Promises for better outfit/posts in general in the future, I have plans to sort everything. We'll see how that goes:)
"Fall’s haute couture goes to the old west within the latest issue of Vogue US. Lensed by Peter Lindbergh and styled by Grace Coddington, actress Carey Mulligan dons the designs of Dior, Valentino and Chanel Haute Couture in The Talented Miss Mulligan. "
I personally love this shoot, great photographer, great actress, beautiful clothes and such a serene, lovely setting. It kind of tells a story?
Seeing 'An Education,' made me realise one of my favourite films, and it remains the same. The classic era, clothes, Paris(!)
Seeing this shoot on Fashiongonerogue has just made me want to see it, all over again.
And PS, on the concert note, going to a gig on Tuesday, to see Two Door Cinema Club, I cannot wait! Will update:)