Remember The Londoner? This is the same dress. I know that very often, people are hesitant to buy such loud pieces like this. Not to worry, here I am to show you that a statement piece is only an opportunity for creativity!
Despite the horribleness of my background, I think I’ve figured out how to take these pictures so they don’t look all yellow. This week’s outfit was my way of taking advantage of warm weather in November, something that would never have happened back home.
I’ve been a busy bee. But this is only the second week of classes. As busy as I think I am now, I will be so much busier in ten weeks. I haven’t had much time to miss Canada yet, but I’m sure I’ll get there eventually. For now the weather’s too warm here to want to go back.
I have a terrible habit of waiting for the last minute to pack before going somewhere, even when that “somewhere” happens to be England and the trip is for an entire school year. The problem is that I just don’t know where to start or what I need to bring and what I don’t need. I know most people reading this have probably already started university, but maybe in the future it will save you (and the future me) that last-minute panic.
The days are noticeably shorter than they were at the beginning of summer and the back-to-school ads are coming in full force. This week’s outfit is something that you could wear to enjoy the last few weeks (or days, depending) before school, and would also be appropriate to wear to class when you want to remember back to the carefree days before homework.
My room is empty and covered in plastic, and I have very little control over the decorations in the rest of my house, so since I’ve been home for the summer, there was nowhere I felt comfortable taking pictures for Outfit of the Week. And then I found an alternative: my backyard!
I’m starting this late, just because I got distracted by the internet. That’s my only excuse.
I started late this morning, too. We went to L’Arc de Triomphe today. I can’t believe it took us a week to see something so monumental. Truthfully, though, maybe I’ve just seen too many pictures of it or something, but I wasn’t too impressed. It’s huge, and distracts drivers at a busy intersection that gets so many accidents that there’s a rule that all damages are split equally, no matter who’s fault it is.