24 May 2012

You wanna shake it right down

Dress: ASOS
Sandals: Faith
Rings: Handmade
Bracelet: Vintage stall in Bath

I'm a bit too overdressed today, but never mind. Sunshine gives me the excuse to wear this black maxi dress as much as possible! It's really comfortable and light to wear because it's cotton. It's got a 'crepe' effect to it, so it creates a nice texture and look in my opinion. I don't tend to go for halterneck dresses (or tops) as I always feel I don't pull them off very well... I don't really know why. This is one exception though, especially with the low cut back and the strap to cover the back of your bra - always useful as I hate flashing it. My Faith gladiator sandals are a few years old now so they could do with replacing. Anyone know of any stores that have pretty sandals on offer at the moment?!

Well, if you haven't already noticed on the photos or on Twitter/Facebook, I have some writing on my right arm. I'm officially inked again!

I absolutely love how it turned out. The quote "It's kind of fun to do the impossible" is something Walt Disney himself said, and it's something I believe in. Every time I look at it now, I feel really positive. I do feel a little bit like Tulisa with her 'The Female Boss' tattoo - like I should hold up to my face with pride on The X Factor. That's happening a lot right now though whilst I show it off a bit...

Now, I'm off into Kidderminster town centre to enjoy the sunshine with my mum and see the Olympic torch later this afternoon! I'm actually a bit excited about it - I didn't think it would bother me, but it'll be the only time in my life I will see it go through my hometown blah blah blah so I'm embracing the moment. :)


1 comment

Anonymous said...

That's a lovely dress : ) I was the same when the Olympic torch came through Bristol - it felt like a bit of an anticlimax but it's the only time I'll ever witness something like that, plus it was a good excuse for a drink in the sunshine!

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