Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Broken


Lace skirt - Modcloth
Blazer - M&S + DIY
Bag - Vintage
Oxfords - Primark

Firstly I want to apologize for not updating my blog recently, as I've recently been home in Poland for a couple of days and shortly after that my laptop's broken, so unfortunately I don't have a computer or internet access at the moment:( I'm sitting in the local library now and it's not the nicest place to be just now, as I'd rather sit comfortably at home, besides there are too many restrictions on this PC (I can't even cut the photo from the top and paste it at the bottom of this post for example). Oh well, I now can see how addicted I am to the internet and your blogs, which I can't even visit as I've only got like 20 minutes left in here.

I've even lost all of my photos for the upcoming posts. This one was supposed to be starring my HoneyBunny in Wonderland dress, but firstly I'll have to take new pictures of me in it. I also got some other items from ModCloth which I wanted to show you but unfortunately I can't:( Hope you'll just bear with me there and hopefully my laptop will get fixed soon.

The photo at the top is what I've managed to save from the photos I wanted to upload. The skirt was one of the items I've found in the parcel I got from Modcloth, I'm totally in love with it<3

You can find it here




Thursday, 10 September 2009

HoneyBunny in Wonderland Dress + First autumn outfit

ModCloth made me their blogger of the moment, and named the dress after me! Yay! That's so exciting! I should get it very soon and show you how I wear it, as they were so kind and sent me one on my own! It's just so adorable♥
You can also buy your own HoneyBunny In Wonderland dress if you like! You can do that here.
Be sure to check the feature they've made on me here.
Apart from the interview, you can also see my favourite items from tModCloth, so please check it out!♥


Here is how my namesake dress looks like♥. I can't wait to wear it!



On slightly another note here is one of my first autumn outfits that I've used when going to the cinema last weekend. I've made the skirt I'm wearing from a dress, which included cutting the top off and some work with the elastic band that I've had to sew in. The blazer is also partly DIY, as I've bought it from a charity shop for 50p and it was quite plain, I've sewn on golden buttons and the school emblem I've found at home.

Bodysuit - Dorothy Perkins
Skirt - DIY
Shoes - New Look
Blazer - Marks & Spencer +DIY (sh)
Bag - vintage

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

The last day of summer
Never felt so cold

Oh, I so can't believe that it's already September! I think that the day I've been taking these pictures on was the last day of summer here, as since that day it's getting colder and colder. I really hope autumn will be warm and not too rainy though.
The dress I'm wearing in this post is actually a skirt and I've bought it in a charity shop for 50 pence! I've been visiting that store quite a lot recently as everything costs 50p there lately:) I've also bought a beautiful navy blazer, but I'll show it to you in the next post, as I'll be doing a little bit of DIY on it;)

13 days till new Gossip Girl episodes! Yay! I can't wait:D

Dress (which is actually a skirt) - sh
Cuffs, bangles & clutch - Primark
Shoes - Peacocks




Oh, and I've recently been interviewed by lovely Chris from Fashion Jinx, and you can check the whole feature and his blog here (click on the picture)