Headband - Tie Rack
T-Shirt - DIY
Jacket - Rokit
Leather Panel Leggings - Topshop
Shoes - Primark
This week I went back to sixth form and I now have 2 weeks until my first exam and 6 weeks until I break up for study leave and finish school so I've got a lot going on revision wise. I haven't had the best start to the week and my family is going through a tough stage since one of my aunties passed away (hence the rough looking face) but I have learnt that life goes on and whatever doesn't kill me will only make me stronger. I've got great friends who have been really lovely and my family is just amazing & they mean the world to me and I think this week I have realised this more than ever. Although death is a terrible thing for those left behind, I honestly believe that everything happens for a reason and she is now in a better place so all that I can do is keep smiling because that is what she would have wanted me to do.
I hope that didn't put a downer on anyone's day but I always feel better when I write stuff down and sometimes a good vent is what you need.
Anyway, on a more positive note...
I was so excited to show you guys todays' outfit because I'm wearing my bleached top which I DIYed in my last post. I really love how it turned out and I feel that it's an affordable way of adapting to the space tend which I've seen around recently. It was so easy to make and if you haven't already, check out the tutorial to see how I did it!
I am also wearing my new Vintage Levi Jacket which I got from Rokit last week in Covent Garden. I am in love with this jacket and I am having to retain myself from wearing it every day! It's so comfy and not too heavy which is great during spring and it also goes with everything which is why I've been wearing it so much over the last couple of days!
I paired these two items with my trusty leather panel leggings which I reach for when I don't know what to wear. I really liked how everything pulled together in this outfit and I hope you guys like it.
I hope everyone is having a lovely week
Lots of Love