While red is my favourite colour this day, I will admit that when I was younger and rebelling against all things feminine, blue was the colour of choice for me. It was after all the stereotypical 'boy colour' and in my haste to disassociate myself from all things girly, I rejected the boldness of red. It seems that while I may have grown more receptive to things, some things just remain inherent. I actually wore these three outfits consecutively over three days. Need I say that navy blue is pretty up there in my books?
(left)Dress: Online, Belt: Mum's, Shoes: Topshop; (middle)Dress: thrifted Sportsgirl, thrifted belt, Topshop shoes; (right)Dress: Vintage, Tanktop: Bonds, Belt: From another dress, Shoes: Wittner
Someday I'll make a post about my favourite most useful buys. That vintage camera bag that I tote around everywhere that you see over there ranks no. 2 on that list. All that space allows me to chuck two cameras, a couple of notebooks, voice recorder and book among other things at all times. The downside to it is at events or packed places, I'm that asshole hitting everyone left, right and center with my gigantic bag as I try to get from Point A to B.