Shoes: Office. Jacket: Mark Eisen Boutique (vintage from Aunt).
Tops: pink Shanghai Tang nude My ballet leotard blue East end thrift store. Trousers: Hobbs (vintage from other Aunt).
Socks: Pringle of Scotland.
Sunglasses: Hong Kong. Jewellery: lanyard Made by me choker Tod's necklace Social Goods Co Op earrings and bangle Random from Hong Kong.
Compared to a lot of my other typical "outfit" post, this is definitely the most raw. Raw as in unedited. The word "raw" often comes with both good and bad connotations. In terms of food, it could be sickness or maybe thinking about indulging yourself with a gigantic piece of salmon sashimi (crap, now I crave more Japanaese food). In photography, it could come across as too lazy to edit, or show the reality in a grungy way. Here I've decided to do exactly the latter. It saves time, looks grungy, and I quite like it.
Something I'd like to bring up, is reflections. Why is it that in academics, the tutor always tells you to look at everything in a positive light? Why can't we use it as an opportunity to point out the honest flaws of something, and explain how it helped us understand that trusting your instinct is more significant than what someone tells you? Earlier today my tutor kept emphasising the fact that the reflections we should write shouldn't be personal, they should be "professionally" written showing your personal development. Isn't that an irony within itself..lol. Just as I thought I could get away with writing a 500 word diary of my term...f.