Shirt - Glamorous
Jumper - Lindex
Jeans - Miss Selfridge
Boots - Bianco
Belt - Topman
Necklace - Miss Selfridge
Ring (top) - The Amber Shop, Southwold
Ring (bottom) - Past Times
Nail Varnish - Topshop in 'Sketch'
A quick apology for a) how horrendously awkward I am in front of the camera and b) the fact that I've not yet quite got used to said camera, hence the slightly dodgy photography in general.
I plan - with the very best of intentions - to do an outfit post every single day, come rain or shine. Given that I wasn't doing anything very exciting today, I opted for a fairly simply outfit. The shirt was bought last summer (by which I mean 2011) and has had a lot of wear for something I was never particularly in love with, as always seems to be the way. I stole the jeans from my mum when I was at home last week, as mine developed a hole and it was a period of serious poverty. The boots and belt will probably feature almost daily, so you can say hello to these as new friends. I was excited to wear the jumper though, which I picked up in my favourite Swedish high street shop, Lindex. I'd been looking for a loose yet not oversized, medium thickness, super soft jumper for weeks when I finally found this. I'd originally hoped for bottle green or navy, simply because they better compliment the outfits I originally had in mind for it. However, I couldn't leave this behind as it ticked every other box and I can imagine it'll be worn a lot this winter.
As I said, I've not had a very exciting day. I popped back to the Rohsska (a fashion, design and decorative arts museum in Gothenburg) to take some pictures as I was camera-less when I first visited a few weeks ago. You can be expecting quite a few Rohsska posts coming up as it's probably my favourite space in Gothenburg so far. Afterwards, I went to finally buy some new skincare products as I've been a terrible excuse for a girl lately and have absolutely abused my skin with cheap face wipes. I've just properly cleansed, toned and moisturised for the first time in weeks and I can't stop stroking my face which feels baby soft again at long last. Buying cosmetics - well, buying anything really - is a matter of pot luck nowadays, given my complete lack of knowledge of any Swedish language, but I bought the Nivea Purifying Wash Gel and Mattifying Toner and some Olay Eye Make-Up Remover. So far, so good but I shall review these further in due course.
Now, for some reason given what a lazy day I've had, I'm absolutely exhausted, so I'm going to have to bid you a good night.