Wheelchair Fashion: Frozen 60s
I hadn't realised until I started editing these pictures how many of my outfits recently have included stripes, my next outfit will either be all stripes or no stripes ^^
Tuesday I looked out of my window & saw bright sunshine & thought 'oh good, the weather is picking up' so out came my most 'spring is about to spring' outfit (a.k.a. a light weight jumper, no layers & no coat) & got my mum to load up the car....
That is ice all around the water spout btw, it may have been sunny but the weather had not picked up & it was NOT as warm as it looked.
Lets just say I was out taking photos for less time than it had taken me to get my shoes on & A LOT less time than it had taken me to put my makeup on ^^
In my head this is kind of a 60s fashion meets Parisian meets modern nautical-ish spring fashion...making it a very convoluted vision for such a simple 'I wish it was spring already' outfit.
I am so ready for spring. I am over jumpers & layers & cold weather & super ready for pretty summer dresses, spring flowers & warm sunny days with just a touch of a breeze....only one of which is really a part of a Yorkshire spring lmao.
My mum picked up this top for me in ASDAs on Monday so it is definitely still in stock & I totally recommend it. Very comfortable, affordable & a good spring weight jumper.
My favourite part has to be the collar (which is fully detachable with the most adorable little buttons). I love peter pan collars & the fact that this one has all the lacy texture makes it one of the best I've ever seen. If it had translucent sequins too I think it would be one of the best things I own ^^
Are there any prints that you always find yourself wearing? If I could find polka dots more often that would be my other go to print ^^