Shirt - 2nd hand
Leggings&Rings in right hand - Primark
Rings in left hand - Topshop
Earrings - Mama's old
Necklace - Gift from my godmother
Firstly, can we talk about how excited I am about being able to plait my hair again? Obviously it's not long enough for proper plaits, but it's getting there. And even that is very exciting news.
Secondly, you know, when you buy something and mentally pair it with something to make an outfit? This shirt is one of those items, and I rarely wear it with something else than these leggings. Pretty sure there's another post from a couple of years ago with me wearing the exact same combination, but never you mind!
Thirdly and lastly, to match the gold tones of the leggings and the golden threads in the shirt, I dug up a few of my gold pieces from the jewellery box. You might've seen the Topshop rings briefly in one of my daily photos, and really love them. I might have been wearing them all the time, but I mean, you can't really overuse rings, can you? Whereas I've been wearing the rings almost daily, I've also realized I've many things that I love but don't use as much. After I got these earrings from my mum they've been a favourite that I used to wear all the time when I was ~17. Similarly, when I got the little angel necklace, I never took it off my neck for almost two years until the original chain broke. I was ten when that happened and it possibly took me another ten years to replace the chain.. But now I love it just as much and wish I still wore it as much. It's funny how you can have those go-to pieces that are a staple for you for years and then at some point you just change them. Or perhaps replace them. It's not as if I started disliking any of them, I just can't see myself having the same earrings or the same necklace every day right now. The only piece of jewellery that I actually do have on me at all times is the wee silver (ooh, I'm still wearing gold&silver at the same time, controversial!) ring on my right lil' finger. Even that is just something that I've only gotten so used to in five (I think?) years that it'd be strange without it. And it's been on my finger so long now, that if I take it off my finger looks deformed.
Right, cool story Laura. Maybe go get some sleep. (Especially when talking to oneself in the third person..) See you later, lovelies♥!