Monday, 2 July 2012

I'm not a wizard, you know?

Some things I wore to go somewhere:
Pumps/tights/top- Primark // vest dress thingy and cardigan- H&M 
First attempt at trying to look like a grown up for a grown up job.

Parting of the ways.
A brief and pic filled post from a brief and time strapped girl;  unfortunately, the other day, my Grandad collapsed and is currently in hospital. So my time has been split between the hospital and my nanna's house. Ergo- forgive me if I'm a little sporadic and nonsensical in my posting (or more so than usual). Nonetheless, blogging and tweeting has become a nice little escapist distraction for the present.

Moving on.

In my last outfit post I believe I made a request for advice on how not to dress like a hobo for up coming interviews. After trawling round town, I believe I've found something rather suitable, a simple black shift and jacket. Your critical views are most welcome here, as I've not yet bought it due to it's one terrible, terrible down fall- the price. If I'm convinced via comments it's worth it, I'll disclose the dreaded sum!

Oh, and in incredibly dull news, I have taken to centre parting my fringe. I didn't really like it full, I had the feeling it made me look even more like a toddler than my meagre hight already accomplishes, all by it's self thankyouverymuch.

ta-tar for nar.


  1. First off, Sara... I'm sorry for your grandfather. Hope he'll be well. These two outfits look very nice. Great style shown by you.

  2. I think you look so smart in that dress and jacket. Very appropriate for work. Hope your Granddad gets better soon.


  3. I'm so sorry about your grandfather! Mine is currently unwell too and it can be so upsetting. Best wishes for his recovery :)
    You look very sophisticated in that dress! Definitely a good one for an interview :) xx

  4. Sorry to hear about your Granddad, hope he gets better soon!
    I quite like your smart outfit, it's so daunting dressing in a way that you're not comfortable in, especially when you want to make a good impression!


  5. Sorry about your grandfather, I hope he makes a speedy recovery!

    Grown up you looks fab :) The black really brings out the gorgeous shade of your hair

    Talitha xx

  6. Love it, can't wait to see what you do next. Check out my blog, we should follow each other!!
    Material Fixations


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