Disco Pants: eBay
Doc Martens: Oxfam
Face: Loreal Lumi Magique Primer, No7 BB Cream, Rimmel Stay Matte Powder, Benefit Boi-ing Concealer, Loreal Lumi Magique Concealer Pen
Cheeks: E.L.F Studio Blushers in Gotta Glow and Twinkle Pink
Eyes: Rimmel Glam Eyes Liquid Eyeliner, Rimmel ScandalEyes Eyeliner in Nude, Rimmel ScandalEyes Mascara
Lips: Topshop Lip Crayon Secret Party
Nails: Barry M Gelly in Pomegranate, Models Own Hot Stuff
I feel like I put absolutely minimal effort into my outfits recently. Yet I always really love the results and I wear the outfits I've been putting together recently over and over and over again. I'm really embracing these kinds of pinks at the minute, partly because I want to use this bag a lot more often, and partly because I'm still obsessed with Topshop's Lip Crayon in Secret Party. I'm enjoying the results of this a lot and this outfit in particular gained me a lot of compliments. Who'd have thought a pair of boots, trousers and a jumper could be so effective? Although, now that I think of it, lots of compliments involved the word cool, so I'm wondering if people were playing on the jumper now...
You may notice I have wavy hair in this picture. I've become very bored of my hair recently. I constantly wear it up for work because it's long enough to wind me up now, but then on days off, I always have it down and almost straight. I've had a colour AND style changed planned for months, but it is requiring a lot of saving up and I need my February Spending Ban to be over first as well. So, in the mean time, I've been trying out different styles. Or, I've been trying to perfect beachy waves so I can take a break from flyaway straightish blow dried hair from time to time. I'm not so sure how I feel about this. I might just go back to straightening and slight, slight, slight backcombing.
Good stuff happened while wearing this outfit. I first wore it to visit Eureka with my stepmum and baby siblings. For those of you that might not know, Eureka is a children's museum and it is truly amazing, even aged 21. I must admit though, when we got to the tunnel of lights I was so shocked, because I had remembered it being huge in my head yet this time round, it was literally a few steps long. It was such a great day. The next time I wore it was for a little outing to a lovely little pub with my mum and her boyfriend. We spent the night criticising the Bible until I looked up and noticed a vicar sat opposite us. We also stayed for the pub quiz without actually participating in it which was amusing. Quizzes normally make me competitive and frustrated at my lack of knowledge, so it was quite relaxing to watch everyone else looked confused instead. That's why these pictures are taken inside, in the dark - I didn't want the outfit or my nails to go to waste but by the time I had time to take the photos, I was tipsy, tired and it was dark!