WHAT I WORE:
crop top: h&m // shirt: to be worn again (thrifted) // shorts: new look // boots: river island // sunglasses: new look // watch: casio // necklace: vintage
It has been SO. HOT. in Brighton recently, and so I've pretty much been wearing variations of this outfit and nothing else...Tights included. It takes some extreme weather to make me part with them! These shorts are the comfiest thing to ever exist, and the shirt has been a lifesaver in this sunny weather - I usually wear it as a light 'lil cover-up like this or just buttoned up as a dress for when I'm feeling lazy (which is most days).
I've also been working a good bit. I don't think I've ever properly talked about my jobs on here, but I work at a baby clothes shop in town which I love, and then I also do volunteer work at a Brighton based music studios & radio station with the babe that is Caitlin. Usually I work once a week there but I did a few shifts last week - covering for people who were at Glastonbury, of course *sighs* -& it made me realize how lucky I am to have somewhere/something so different and interesting compared to the rest of me life (college etc). I've been working there for 7ish months now and have met the loveliest, most eclectic group of people (a good few of whom are like a second family to Cait and I) and have had both the best and strangest experiences. We stumbled across this place after a quick google of voluntary jobs in our area & SO NEARLY didn't get in touch - even after our first visit we very nearly didn't come back as we felt so out of our depth, but I am forever glad that we did. What I'm trying to get at in this emosh lil rant is that if you are reading this, I urge you to go and put yourself out of your comfort zone and try something new as you never know what will come of it :)))) (cute)
I'll leave you on that happy note, hope you all have a killer week and survive in this insane heat if you're in the UK (lol it's not even that hot on a real world scale, I'm just used to living in an ice cube) xxxxx
**title is a lyric from 'Daffodil Days' by the king of summery, low-fi bedroom pop jams, Oscar . the video is also a beauty! **