Monday, 4 October 2010

Old Knits On A Typical Sunday.




-Jumper-Vintage, Skirt-Topshop, Belt-Primark, Pearls-Thrift, Shoes-New Look.


So yesterday was pretty much a nothingness Sunday, although I did feel rather hairdressy-ish. I dyed one friends, and trimmed another, apparently this is my dubbed role in the group.

So as I was in all day, nothing is better than an old knit jumper. An autumn must. I plan to buy some more soon, planning an exciting trip to Manchester shopping, I've never been(!) hence the excitement:)

Also doing a photo shoot with RomanceIsBoring tomorrow morning hopefully, art work well and truly on the way! Will post photos:)

X

8 comments:

  1. I love your shirt! You are so pretty in these photos. :)

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  2. Hi Nicola,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. I love your blog and am now a follower! I look forward to reading more, you look so pretty in your pics.

    Laura xx

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  3. Ahh, loving the jumper! I love vintage jumpers at the moment :D xxxxxx

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  4. You look so pretty I love the colour of your skirt and of course your jumper :) xx

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