Wednesday, 21 June 2017

An Oldie but a Goodie!

Hi there my lovelies, gosh with the way I'm struggling to compose a blogpost you'd think it was my first time! I know I know, I have an excuse at the ready every time I go on a lengthy hiatus however with the series of tragedies in the UK; another happening before I have time to digest and mourn for the previous, I haven't been in the spirits to make a proper comeback to blogging. 

 This is by far the most impromptu and spontaneous blog post I have ever done. My dear friend Selma who is a henna artist extraordinaire, selfie aficionado and whom we are kindred spirits in amateur photography, met up with me last week for iftar (our sunset meal after fasting in the month of Ramadan), I barely managed to greet her as she whipped out her camera at the speed of light and marched me to the neighbourhood park.  Had I known, I would have dressed for the occasion however as I wasn't looking too shabby, I complied. 

Today's outfit is an oldie but a goodie; featuring all of my classic faves accumulated into one outfit; my trusty denim jacket embellished with an abundance of Primark pins, a staple turtle neck that has practically become a second skin for me, my peachy perfect skirt from Zara that I wore for last year's Eid and my whole existence summarised in the form of a novelty bag (chocolate milk,  pastels and cuteness overload)!

If you recall from a previous blogpost I mentioned I had taken up the hobby of sewing. As a result I have so far produced three pieces; a plaid skirt, a gingham skirt and a Wednesday Addamsesque velvet dress! I'd love to hear some feedback from you guys as to which one you would like me to style for the blog first!


Clearly deliberating how much food my stomach can possibly contain for Iftar.







Proud Ravenclaw!

Outfit Details: Zara denim jacket and skirt, Primark turtle neck and pins and Accessorize milk carton bag!



Designated Photographer Babe
Instagram: @onelastfarewell 

4 comments:

  1. Love this outfit so much, your pleated skirt is the prettiest! Can't wait to see all the pieces you've made <3

    Andini xx | Adventures of an Anglophile

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    1. Thank you lovely! It's a classic Zara skirt, they tend to produce the same skirt in a range of colours each season! Thank you!

      Sumeyye

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  2. What a lovely outfit! Your Ravenclaw badge is so cool :D And the pleated skirt is really pretty, I like that pale pink colour. I'd love to see the gingham skirt you've made in an outfit, well done on your progress with sewing!

    Julia x
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    1. Aww thank you Julia! Isn't it just, which Hogwarts house do you belong to?! I've posted my plaid skirt just as I felt it'd be fitting to showcase my first sewing endeavour along with my guide, however I will make sure my next blogpost features the gingham skirt!

      Sumeyye-Vintagonista

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