My hair is starting to grow out again and I’ve finally figured out how to use highlighter. As with most of my outfits, this is a mix of old and new pieces in my wardrobe.
It’s been years beyond count since I’ve bought clothes in India. I gave up sometime in 2009, mostly because I was tired of being constantly disappointed and excluded.
As I mentioned in my last post, a number of reasons have led to comfort becoming the greatest of my fashion priorities. Although that may sound blasphemous taking into account fashion’s predilection for suffering (high heels, spanx, and corsets throughout Western history readily come to mind) the predominance of oversized, baggy silhouettes for the past few years has made it a lot easier to look stylish while staying comfortable.
On Thursday I went and got my hair buzzed off. On the best haircut scale of 1-10, this is a 9.
It’s been close to 15 years since I last wore a watch, but the lovely people at Daniel Wellington offered to send me one, and wearing it made me remember how terribly handy they are. And elegant too!
Cubbon Park is such a pretty place. The heat let up for the first time in days with a thunderstorm as we were shooting in the bamboo grove.
For the lazy and the rushed.
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen that my hair’s gone! I’m just so delighted and relieved, I couldn’t deal with having that much hair anymore.
It was a comfy baggy jumper and messy hair sort of day. I really love this look, it’s the kind of casual yet pulled together sort of thing I rarely ever seem to do!
First outfit post of 2016!
My favourite looks of 2015 ♥ A good year for the aesthetique. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for 2016 and everything it brings with it!
Some photos from Christmas dinner with pals at Zuri yesterday. I wore a very old Miss Patina dress that I had been saving through the last 3 Christmasses, my long beloved vintage hat from Dalena Vintage, and trusty Bass loafers.