On Days 3 and 4 I stayed true to my current favourite colour pallet of black with hints of red.

I subconsciously seem to be obsessed with the colours right now.

I guess being a colourful haired girl I sometimes just like to keep my looks minimal in colour. And let my hair and make up do the talking.

So on day 3 I wore an all black look with a little colourful embroidery with pastel pink trainers on day 3.  I think maybe all the red from the previous day had made me draw back for day 3. I like to switch up my looks everyday so this isn’t anything new.

I think the way I feel 100% resonates in my looks from day to day. If I feel like I need to stand out, almost like no one has been listening to me I go bold and bright. On other days maybe when I’ve had a hectic week and been talking to people a lot I go more low-key. Weird? I mean ART was the only subject I was really ever good at so I think this is my live art showcase everyday! So art student… Sp edgy… hahahah.

On Day 4 I chose a bolder outfit. Clearly the lack of colour on the previous day had given me withdrawal symptoms. A checkered monochrome skirt paired with a bold red hoodie and but toned down with a long black patent trench coat and silver Air Max to keep things more neutral.

The footwear had to be a light or black tone or the look would have been too much. There’s a fine line between fun and fashionable and just over the top, silly. I try my best to be fun but fashionable and not look like a character from an 80’s children’s TV series.

Belows pics were shot by Derek Bremner @ The Apt.

Day 3:

Jacket – Levis

Jeans – Levis

Bag – Diesel – Not in stock yet but this similar one is.

Tee – Levis

Trainers – Nike at Footlocker

Scarf – H&M – Sold out but similar here.


Day 4:

Jacket – Missguided – Sold out but similar here and here. 

Jumper – Ellesse

Skirt – Rasgged Preist at Footasylum

Trainers – Nike Air Max 97  at JD – Sold out but similar here.

Bag – Fendi (Mine is about 10 years old). Similar here and here. 

Scarf – Drop Dead

Tights – ASOS