Wednesday, 17 April 2013

you gave me magical, i gave you wonderful

Jeans - Vero Moda
Top&Blazer&Earrings - H&M
Scarf - Grandma's old
Ring - New look

I've kind of been waiting for it to be warmer so that I can wear this yellow top. It's just one of those items that I associate with summery weather and rarely use when it's winter or autumn. Bright colours are for summer! And also, I love how my outfit was based on primary colours, minus the scarf.

I've been fairly annoyed with my hair lately. After having my side cut for two years now, I've started to grow it out. I've started growing it out about five times before, but always given up and shaved/cut it short again. This time I'm determined to get rid of it. And it's the most frustrating thing ever. (Well, I'd say growing out a full pixie crop/short hair is more frustrating than just half the head, but still!) It's now in a stage where it's long enough to fasten with a hair pin and soon I can possibly leave it behind my ear on its own. As soon as it has grown enough, I'll probably just chop all of my hair short(ish). That is, if I can wait for that to happen and don't go back to my side cut... To be honest, I don't care about my hair enough to be bothered about the length of it. Although, it may be hard to believe after all this pondering.


Corinne said...

Hihihihihiihihihi. I love that scarf dear!

I want to see a picture of you with shorter hair! I've never had my hair really short - the shortest was shoulder length and I hated it!

Corinne x

Ourdestination said...

nice scarf ;>

Samantha said...

I know what you mean about getting annoyed with ya hair, it's a battle I'm constantly fighting!
Lots of love from New Zealand,

Estefanía Ainoza said...

Really nice!!! I love it!!

Laura said...

Corinne - thank you, doll! maybe someday you will, haha:-) i love my hair short, but i love to have it long as well.. x

Ourdestination - cheers, love! x

Samantha - haha, i know, sweetie! and it's a battle you can't really win! x

Estefanía Ainoza - thanks, pet! x

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