Thank you to all of you that sent me some lovely wee questions! My answers are a bit lengthy but I did enjoy doing this, and will possibly make posts such as this in the future:-)
Where about do you live? I live in Leeds, Headingley to be more precise. And even though I'm in my second year, I decided to go back to halls, and am therefore staying at the same place as last year!
What are your favourite places to hang out in Leeds? I love a lot of places in Leeds, but I don't really have any regular places to 'hang'. However, some of my favourite places are Roundhay Park (which is probably my favourite of favourites), Kirkstall Abbey, Corn Exchange, and I also like the uni campus (there I can actually be found rather often). Usually I have a nice wee place in a city to go and read when the weather is nice, but I don't even have that in Leeds. It's a bit sad. I need to explore more!
What kind of a job do you fancy? I honestly have no idea. I'm studying history and that kind of leaves all my options open, and I could imagine myself doing something related to history. Then again, my most recent 'what-I-want-to-be-when-I-grow-up's have been either to become a sailor or to own a butcher's shop.. So, anything is possible.
What are your top five favourite books? Ugh, it's so hard to decide on top books! But I've settled on these 5, because they're the kind of books I can read over and over again, and never fall out of love with. "Le Petit Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen (and other Austen books, but P&P is my favourite), Harry Potters (they count as one book, right? If not, the first one's my favourite.) by J. K. Rowling. Those 3 are actually my three favourite books, the last two were so much harder! Anyway, "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (not sure if this's truly my favourite Holmes book, I love 'em all) and "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas. If you'd fancy to know about other books I like, check out my Goodreads :-)
Why did you start blogging? In no way do I consider my blog to be a fashion blog, but the first blogs I started reading were fashion blogs, and that's initially where it started. Though, I, admittedly, did think that it was superficial&vain, I wanted to be part of the world of blogs and to have my own. But it took me years to turn the thought of starting a blog into an actual blog. I'm very much of an introvert, which I also think is a reason behind this lil' blog. I never tell anyone what I think or how I'm feeling, and obviously because of this am in need of some sort of an outlet. I've always written diaries, but jotting down about fashion and personal style &c. never felt that natural. None of my friends were/are as interested in fashion/style as I was/am, so I couldn't have talked to them either and just wanted some place to discuss more superficial things like this. My final obstacle before starting my blog was that I thought I wouldn't have anything interesting to post about. But then I moved to Edinburgh the year I turned 18, and finally decided my blog would be as interesting as anyone else's, ha!
What is your favourite way to accessorize? I'd say my favourite way to accessorize is the same as my favourite way to dress up in general. I like to wear things that I like and that I feel (relatively) comfortable in. Sounds a wee bit boring, but it is that simple.
Why are you so pretty? Born this way, baby! Seriously though, thank you:-)
If you could travel back in time for a day to a period in history, which period would you choose? I'd love to visit so many (most) periods! But travelling back in only time wouldn't guarantee you the location and the social status that you'd like to have, eh? That probably doesn't matter for a day, though. I'd choose Regency (Britain, upper or upper middle class). Or early to late 1700 in France (upper class, again). And I also really would like to know what the 20's and 60's were like. Those are my four favourite eras at the moment!