November 11, 2013

FOCUS



Glassons denim vest and cut out ring / Forever New sweater / Bardot jeans (similar) / Colette Hayman necklace (similar) and bag / Boots (similar) / The Horse watch

If you read my previous post about the Levi's show at MSFW you would have discovered my love for denim - and more specifically, acid wash. This frayed vest didn't sit on the racks for too long before I grabbed the last one in my size (and over-enthusiastically paired it with my acid wash jeans one day at work). Working in retail is so convenient when you're re-inventing your wardrobe (yet so bad for my bank account)!

Anyway, SWOTVAC (the break before exams) is here and although classes finished on Friday, I still have roughly 5 reports to complete before I can fully enter exam mode and that terrifies me a little bit. On the bright side, a week from Friday I will be all done, 21, and have just one more semester left (I hope) until I can graduate/travel. In the meantime, I should pay attention to the title of this post and try to be a little more productive...


11 comments:

  1. Johanna VilhunenNovember 11, 2013

    Great look, I love the pop of color the bag brings here :) ♥

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  2. Dharia LézinNovember 11, 2013

    I love your jersey! http://dhariascloset.blogspot.com

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  3. IslandHipsterNovember 13, 2013

    I love that you paired a denim vest with chunky knit sweater. Great look!

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  4. I need more acid wash in my life, it gives denim pieces so much more dimension! Good luck for all your exams and assignments ❤

    -Helena
    helenashideaway.blogspot.com

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  5. I Love this look !


    http://madamefresh.blogspot.com

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  6. I can't get enough of it! And thank-you!! :-)

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  7. This bag is literally perfect for brightening up any outfit - glad you like it! :-)

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  8. Gorgeous outfit!!!! Its actually perfect, love the splash of color with the bag (:

    <3 Colleen
    thattallgirl2.blogspot.com

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