Today I was so comfortable I don't know if it qualifies as a mentionable outfit.
For a long time I have been going on-and-on-and-on-and-on-and-on about wanting a nice, presentable, comfortable dress (to replace my very old, very worn out, easy to throw on dress) MyLove will testify to this.
When shopping in Sydney I found it!
it's a super cute bright orange, ruffle, wrap dress -
when I tried it on it looked a bit clingy, but I loved it, and it was on sale - so I bought it!
I wore it again today (with a different singlet underneath) and it is just perfect!
it's so easy to wear (one of those - I'm-in-a-hurry-and-don't-have-time-to-work-on-my-outfit type dresses)
Today I teamed it with pretty plain black tights and cardi, and my new brightly coloured across-body bag!
love the colourful, comfortable outfit!
Dress: Review (purchased at the outlet store in Sydney)
Bag: Faux Prada (purchased at a market in Sydney) - I just REALLY loved the colours!
Yesterday I spent about 7 hours shopping!!!!
It's interesting that I can walk around shops for HOURS but if you ever asked me to exercise for that long I would die!
Well some of the highlights of my shop were French Connection when I found a cute dress for myself! And was actually served by someone who I had met at a party in my home town about a year before!
I also enjoyed Review and Forcast where I ended up purchasing a 2 dresses, a blouse, and 2 jackets, respectively.
I was a little bit let down by Sportsgirl, Forever New and Bardot as they had nothing I really wanted! (or that suited me)
I tried to take a picture of my new clothes to show you...
Not to decide what to wear on the plan (so that it doesn't take up space in my bag)
These are the nails I painted prior to flying to Sydney. Sorry that I'm posting them late!!! I ended up painting each nail the bright colour and sponging black on top. On the first hand I did (my left hand) i sponged it on (which took a LONG time to get it dark enough) in the end I pare-painted the coloured tips and smudged this, it was much easier!!! I then tried it for the other hand - which wasn't as easy as I was expecting... I ended up paint the bottom half black (with the polish brush) then once that was relatively dry I did a stripe of black near a stripe of colour and used the sponge to blend these... It ended up with a smoother smudge resutl- not just a spotty (obviously black sponged on after) Enjoy the picture of my final result.
Little finger: Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow Ring finger: OPI A Roll in the Hague Middle finger: Revlon Revlon Red Index finger: Sally Hansen Fuchsia Bling Bling Thumb: Revlon Grape Icy Black: Australis Blackmail