Shirt - 2nd hand
Skirt - H&M
Cardi - 2nd hand/Topshop
Ring - Gift from my godmother
Shoes - 2nd hand/Skopunkten
Ah, I know I put myself on a shopping ban for this year, but I'm still getting new stuff. But I did mention the possibility of actually needing something and allowing buying it in that case. I didn't have any flat shoes (haha!), so I really had to go looking for a pair. These lil' peeptoes are brand new, even though they're second hand. I am so pleased with finding them; the price tag was still in place showing 22e, and I got them for 2! How good is that? (Also, I didn't have any pants with me when coming to Finland, so I had to get a pair, so that I wouldn't freeze in the church. You'll probably see them in an outfit post at some point.)
Then my mum got a bag of old clothes from a client. I may have gone through it and found myself three shirts... But getting free stuff doesn't really go against my shopping ban, does it? (It doesn't.) I have the one I'm wearing with some funny pattern on it, another pink one with lacey details in the front and a white short-sleeved shirt with lace. Oh, this materialistic heaven.
P.S. If anyone's interested, the black pew I'm sitting on was used as a punishment/form of public humiliation for women during the Middle Ages (and probably still after, through the 1850s). Considering that men were put in the stocks, the punishment for women was quite mild!