Polka dots galore! The skirt below was made a few months ago from a thrifted shower curtain, and I didn't have anything interesting to wear with it until I came across this cute polka dot bustier on an impromptu trip to Destiny USA in Syracuse recently (such a huge mall!). I really like how the two pieces work together without being too match-y and overwhelming in print.
I absolutely love this top, it incorporates my favorite elements in a piece of clothing: teal/mint coloured, cut-outs, open back, and all in a nice peplum lace design. I found it at a little boutique while I was visiting Montreal named LiME, and the top even came with an attached matching necklace.
These pictures were taken at a nearby park where I had a nice picnic with my friends to celebrate their belated birthdays. We go here at least once a year to picnic, catch up, and attempt to do silly things like fail at cartwheels and climb trees.
This is what the field is supposed to look like, green and luscious! I love that there is a small farm nearby my house with large crop fields where I can visit their cows, goats, horses, etc. while still being within 10-20 minutes reach of our busy downtown area. It's the best of both worlds :)
The skirt below is home made with the help of my mumzy, it was originally a tablecloth that I thrifted for cheap at a second hand store. I really love making my own original skirts, there is much more to come!
It's been an exciting past week! These pictures were taken at my friend's convocation, which was a day after I graduated. After that, we went off to celebrate in Niagara and go to an Arctic Monkeys concert which was incredibly awesomeeeee.
I always feel slightly risqué wearing this outfit in public because I feel like I sometimes get looks from people who think I'm wearing a bra in public but it's just a bandeau! Nonetheless, I should just brush off my worries of other people because I really love this outfit! ❤
Woah I haven't posted in a month! The weather for bare legs and summer dresses is finally here, no more dealing with tights or pants. I usually live in skirts and dresses during this time of year, they are more comfortable in my opinion anyways.
We almost didn't make it in time to take these photos before the sun went down! The sunsets across from these fields are usually very pretty, and the ground usually isn't this dead-looking so excuse that, haha.