How do you even spell "Ole"? (I actually used to hate the song. Back in the day, when I was young...)
For any of my amazing, observant blog readers who actually read my ramblings (NOTE: I love you guys immensly!), you may have recognized my adoration for the sun. I love waking up to sun pouring in my room, radiating its energy to make me feel happy. However, I have come to a newfound realization: the sun and I no longer have a great relationship. The sun makes going outdoors extremely difficult, unless it's early in the morning or late in the evening (or unless you like overheating/ sweating profusely). The sun also makes getting dressed in lovely layers a tad difficult. So, sun, I still love you but I'm looking forward to your heat to drop down a notch and I welcome the fall weather that you will provide.
With that said, I'm sorry for the boringness of my outfits. It's actually a little embarassing.
Wednesday's Outfit: Spent the day at Ikea. I didn't even realize how insanely amazing Ikea is until, well, then. Here's a few tips I'd like to share regarding your next trip to Ikea: 1) Have the Swedish meatballs and 2) Go to the warehouse, sit on a trolly, find a aisle where nobody is in, and have someone push you through that aisle at super speed. I seriously love that place, just because of those two reasons. And yeah, I'm redecorating/ decluttering my room, if you didn't catch my drift!
(Blazer - Thrifted / Value Village $7, Denim Shirt - Dress up box, Shorts - Value Village $4, Jewelry - Assortment)
I apologise for the boringness of the outfit. It became even more boring, as the day got hotter and I ended up taking off my blazer.
^ Typically attitude at Ikea. I'm acting really mature, I know.
New shoes, I feel like I'm reaching a sneaker fetish, which is really unusual/ unexpected for me!
(Shoes - Urban Outfitters $12)
Thursday's Outfit: Another hot day. Something I quickly threw on. I allegedly look "very 50s" according to my mum and - for once - I agree! (My mum has a tendency to use very weird descriptions.)
(Shirt/vest - Thrifted <$1, Belt - Thrifted $1, Skirt - Homemade, Shoes - Keds)
I love spinning. I love action shots...
... so much, that I got a little carried away. I kind of fell...
Question: who is still interested in a skirt tutorial? If I have a few takers, I will post one. I'm a tad lazy - ahem, realistic - to prepare one, though I will happily do so, if people are interested!
Shirt detailing. The "Hey Mickey, you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind" seems a little cliche. Here's a better one: "Mickey Mouse Club, Mickey Mouse Club, he's the leader of the club that made for you and me... lalala." I forget the lyrics. I used to play it on the piano, once upon a time.
School is just around the corner. I am definitely, in no way, excited. This is probably a pessimistic approach and I should be circulating thoughts of "Oh goody, time to start fresh!" but, in reality, I just want summer to go on forever. Anyways, while I was pessimising (made-up word) about going back to school, I recognize some benefits. One of the most arrogant being that new T.V. shows are starting. I'm particularly excited for the return of Gossip Girl and Project Runway (I'm in Canada. I get PR, like 3 weeks late. I don't understand why. We're not in the artic or anything, people.)
My GG book collection that now sits above my bed is eagerly taunting my about the new season. Kind of. Not really, but I felt like taking a crappy photobooth picture :).
What shows are you guys looking forward to? I'm actually very interested! Anyways, that is it! Goodbye :)
P.S. Thanks to all the commenters! And for those of you who shared the secret to big pictures - look out for bigger pictures soon, hopefully! Thanks.