Crop top - Missguided // Skirt - Mink Pink // Nails - Barry M 'Satsuma' gelly polish // Lips - Mac 'Lady Danger'
Excuse the funny face in the first photo, the bad nail polish job and the mushroom shaped hairstyle. My hair is going through a transitional period. Growing out a fringe is so hard. Having a haircut here in Australia is the best part of $200 which I cannot afford to do every few weeks. My full fringe grew out pretty quickly and as it's getting warmer here now I decided I didn't want to maintain it so I'm growing it out. I normally have a side parting but I'm going for a middle parting this time. I know it doesn't suit everyone, and I'm not sure it suits me. It seems to look a lot better when I've just styled it and I'm looking in the mirror. Ha! I'm hoping when my fringe gets a little longer it might start to blend into my hair better and not look like the classic Nick Carter 90's curtains.
I wore this outfit yesterday on my day off. Stew and I met up with a friend for a coffee and we sat in the park soaking up the rays. The temperature here has suddenly jumped from around 16 degrees to 23 and has been beautifully sunny for the last couple of days. Long may it continue! :)
I bought this cute Mink Pink skirt when Becca was in town a couple of weeks ago. A store was closing down so I got it for just $30 in the sale, which is around £17. Not bad for Mink Pink.
Hope you're all having a nice week :) I've been a little mia recently on the blog, sorry! I might be even more sparse with my blog entries over the next fortnight too as my parents fly out to visit on Friday :D I'm sooo excited to see them. It's been around 8 and a half months since we left the UK and I'm an only child used to seeing them on a weekly basis, so it's been really hard to be away from them for so long. Can't wait to show them the sights of Sydney. We're going to do the Harbour Bridge climb next Tuesday. Stew and I did it last year so I'm looking forward to doing it again. Not something most people can say they've done twice :) and we're taking them up the Westfield tower for lunch in the 360 degree revolving restaurant that we did last year too. Hopefully I'll get some photos again to blog about.